Tottenham Hotspur seized the opportunity to double their firepower in the transfer market this winter. Belgian national striker Leandro Trossar (27, Brighton & Hove Albion) is in conflict with his team.
The British BBC reported on the 14th, “There is a possibility that Brighton striker Trossar will transfer this winter.” Torsar started his professional career with Genk, Belgium, where he grew up on loan to a number of teams. After wearing the Brighton uniform in the summer of 2019, he immediately became the starting pitcher.
Tottenham transfer rumors surfaced. He can play the left side, which is Son Heung-min’s seat, as well as the front line and all midfield positions. This season, he appeared in 16 league games, scoring 7 goals and 3 assists. 슬롯사이트
According to the media, Trosar has missed several starts. Rumors of a feud with Brighton manager Roberto De Gervi continue. The contract ends this summer.
A shocking fact was revealed. It was revealed that Trosar hadn’t spoken to manager Jervi for a month after injuring his calf. He had already reported that the player had calf problems on two occasions. After consultation with the medical team, he fell into training.
Agent Josh Comhair told the BBC: “Jerby is not taking Trossar to team training. He doesn’t want to see him anymore.”
He continued to be angry, saying, “The person who emphasized several times that transfer is the most reasonable way is the manager.”
A number of media outlets have already speculated on Trosar’s transfer. On the 10th, Football Insider said, “Tottenham is showing strong interest in him. We have already contacted him and verbally handed him a scouting offer.”
Currently, Tottenham are unable to play for the time being due to injuries to Richarlison and Lucas Moura. When Trosar joins, he can fill the gap of resources that have left and disperse the attack power concentrated on Son Heung-min and Harry Kane.
Trosar has an option for a one-year extension under the terms of his contract with Brighton, but is unlikely to trigger it. This is the reason why Tottenham is gaining strength.