Tottenham player reveals his social media account was hacked this week

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Young Spurs winger Bryan Gil has revealed that hackers were responsible for recent suspicious activity on his social media, after his Twitter account was seen posting links to live-stream matches in the past week.

The tweets in question have since been deleted from Gil’s Twitter account and the player posted a tweet on July 19 confirming: “I have been hacked on Twitter, none of the links you saw were posted by me. I’ll fix it soon.”

Gil spent the second half of last season on loan at La Liga side Sevilla, where he turned in a number of impressive performances (Transfermarkt). After returning to Tottenham Hotspur, the Spaniard has so far enjoyed a successful pre-season under Antonio Conte.

The exciting wide player started the match against Team K-League on July 13, and came on as a substitute to play against his former teammates in a 1-1 draw with Sevilla on Saturday.

Despite looking sharp in the two friendlies, Gil is one of a number of players who could leave the club this summer. CalcioMercato.com journalist Daniele Longo revealed earlier this week that Fabio Paratici was in Italy to discuss a possible move to Sampdoria.

Spurs Web Opinion

Bryan Gil possesses huge potential, and is a player who in the next couple of years could certainly flourish at Spurs.

He would probably need to adapt to the physicality of the English game, however, so hopefully a move elsewhere can help him get to the required level.

Otherwise, we could see another Steven Bergwijn situation, where we have a solid player who just doesn’t fit in sadly.

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