Will Tottenham have the ‘World Cup’s best defender’… “Recruitment of center back unconditionally this summer”
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In the winter transfer market last January, Tottenham’s goal was to reinforce wingbacks. Wing-backs with Emerson Royal and Matt Doherty have been Tottenham’s weakness since last season.
Jed Spence, who was brought in in the summer transfer window, suffered a headache when manager Antonio Conte turned away. Eventually, Storting Lisbon recruited Pedro Poro. Poro has been called the best wingback in the Portuguese league. The money spent on recruiting prisoners was a huge investment of 45 million euros (approximately 61 billion won). 스포츠토토
Tottenham still want to strengthen their defense. This time we need a center back. British media ‘The Sun’ said, “Tottenham are trying to find at least two centre-backs in the transfer market this summer.”
Tottenham this season has a lot of defensive anxiety. In 12 of the 22 Premier League games, more than half, he conceded the first goal. Among the teams in the top 6, the percentage of first goals conceded is the highest.
This is because the center back, who will hold the center of the defensive line, has been shaken. The problem was the ups and downs of Eric Dier, the main center back.
Tottenham has not been sitting still. Inter Milan centre-back duo Milan Skriniar and Alexandro Bastoni contacted each other, but failed to reach a deal. After the end of this season, Shkriniar agreed to go to PSG (Paris Saint-Germain) as a free agent (FA).
The center backs Tottenham are specifically targeting are Yoshko Gbardiol, who made a name for himself as the best defender at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and Mark Gehi, who is active at Crystal Palace.
Among them, Gbardiol is considered one of the top-class center backs in Europe. After the World Cup, Chelsea, Manchester City, and Real Madrid promoted signings, but Leipzig did not give them up easily.
The transfer fee for Leipzig called Gbardiol was a whopping 80 million pounds (approximately 122.5 billion won). Compared to that, Gehi’s recruiting difficulty is much easier. His team, Crystal Palace, plans to allow Gehi’s transfer if he pays a transfer fee of 45 million pounds (approximately 69 billion won).
If you solve one, you will see another homework. In the winter transfer market last January, Tottenham’s goal was to reinforce wingbacks. Wing-backs with Emerson Royal and Matt Doherty have been Tottenham’s weakness since last season. Jed Spence, who was brought in in the summer transfer window, suffered a headache when manager Antonio Conte turned…