Bryan Gil had joined Valencia for a loan deal from Spurs. The 20-year-old left-winger had made the return back to La Liga after a new experience at Tottenham Hotspur.
Antonio Conte took charge replacing Nuno Espirito Santo as the head coach for the Lilywhites. Gil joined the London-based club from Spanish heavyweights Sevilla and his contract will expire in 2026.
After signing Ilaix Moriba and Bryan Gil, Los Che are building an exciting squad.
A return to the La Liga for Bryan Gil and an exciting new start for Valencia
Bryan Gil made his first senior appearance for Sevilla during the 2018-19 season. However, he made just 21 appearances for the Andalusian club.
Gil also had playing time on loan stints at Eibar (28 matches played) and Leganes (12 appearances). But, towards the beginning of current season, he sealed his move to the Premier League.
He had a great time with the North London side making 20 appearances in just one season replacing Erik Lamela. The Argentine went to Seville as a part of the swap deal.
Conte’s Spurs have made deadline day transfers such as Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur. Additionally, Tanguy Ndombele also made a switch to Olympique Lyon. Tottenham are currently placed at 7th place in the Premier League standings.
The Spaniard had completed his medicals and is now training with his new club. He is excited about working with the Spanish giants. About why he chose Valencia, he said,
“One of the reasons that I’ve come here is the ‘Bordalás style’ of play and how his teams compete. I think that it’s going to help me a lot.”
The Bats are currently at 10th place in the League. However, they have a crucial Copa del Rey quarterfinal against Cadiz on Friday.
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