January 12, 2024

Tottenham News is happy to welcome John Wenham of Lilywhite Rose as our exclusive writer. He will provide his professional analysis on the most talked-about topics at Spurs every week.


Since Bryan Gil “is not going to make it at Tottenham,” John Wenham feels that Bryan Gil should be sold permanently as opposed to being sent out on loan.


Gil has struggled ever since arriving in the Premier League two and a half years ago and has spent most of his Spurs career out on loan in La Liga, first with Valencia and then his previous team Sevilla.


Fabrizio Romano reported on January 9 via his personal X account that Fiorentina and Feyenoord are interested in signing the out-of-favor winger on loan for the January transfer window.








Wenham responded to this statement by saying that the Spaniard should not make a temporary transfer.

“Gil is an obvious one for me to leave the club,” Wenham stated in an exclusive interview with Tottenham News. But I fail to see the purpose of him taking out a second loan overseas.


“I don’t see how a loan move would boost his worth and the likelihood that he moves on permanently, but that’s what some people have told me.


“He essentially went out on loan with Sevilla last year, helped them win the UEFA Europa League, and even though that didn’t result in a permanent transfer,” the player said.



Tottenham “Unfortunately, it appears that he will not succeed at Tottenham. I believe that we are currently at a crossroads, and I just feel that the club needs to sell him. Even if the asking price is rather modest, there are significant add-ons, so a Spanish team might be able to use them.


“He needs to go; I just don’t see him getting enough playing time, especially with Timo Werner being able to play in the exact same position as him and Manor Solomon returning from injury.”


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