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Spanish giants Valencia closing on a move for Tottenham’s summer signing after just six-months at the club

Spanish football club Valencia CF's new signing Italian striker Simone Zaza poses during his official presentation at the Valencia Sports City in Paterna near Valencia on January 16, 2017. (Photo by JOSE JORDAN / AFP) (Photo credit should read JOSE JORDAN/AFP via Getty Images)

Tottenham Hotspur attacker Bryan Gil is reportedly a loan target for La Liga outfit Valencia.

The 20-year-old joined Spurs from Sevilla last July and has made 19 appearances for the Premier League club during the 2021-22 campaign, including eight outings in England’s top flight.

Marcos Alonso of Chelsea battles for possession with Bryan Gil of Tottenham Hotspur during the Carabao Cup Semi Final Second Leg match ( Getty Images)With Adama on his way to Tottenham this winter, it posses a lot of questions over the future of Gil.

Since his £21.6m transfer from Sevilla in the summer, the youngster has endured a difficult start to life in England.

He has featured in only 85 minutes of league football, falling behind Lucas Moura, Son Heung-min and even Steven Bergwijn in the pecking order

As a result, Antonio Conte’s side are said to be open to letting him leave on loan for the rest of the season to continue his development.

Transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano says Valencia are firmly in the race to take Gil on loan. They have made an approach to Spurs and are currently awaiting a response.

The loan would last until the end of the campaign and would give Gil a chance to improve his confidence. Valencia are ‘pushing’ for his services, states Romano.

Valencia have asked Tottenham for Bryan Gil on loan until June. Real Sociedad and OGC Nice are interested too but Valencia are pushing. ⚪️🇪🇸 #THFC 

Tottenham have not yet decided whether to let Bryan go on loan or not. Adama Traoré deal could be key – talks progressing. https://t.co/fIqnsuCtLD

Gil was a late substitute at Stamford Bridge but barely had an impact as the Blues cruised to victory.


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