Tottenham close to agreeing terms over Bryan Gil's loan to Sevilla
Tottenham are close to agreeing terms over Bryan Gil’s loan move to Sevilla, with the winger set to travel to Spain on Tuesday as they look to squeeze through a deal before the transfer window closes
- Bryan Gil spent his youth career at Sevilla and played 21 senior games for them
- He now looks set to return, as Spurs approach a loan deal for the winger
- Antonio Conte is also keen to shift Djed Spence and Oliver Skipp on loan
Tottenham are close to agreeing terms on a loan deal with Sevilla for winger Bryan Gil.
He is hopeful of travelling to Spain tomorrow ahead of a potential move before the end of January.
The 21-year-old spent much of his youth career at the Spanish club and made 21 senior appearances for them before moving to North London in 2021.
Tottenham;s Bryan Gil looks set for a return to his boyhood club Sevilla on loan
Antonio Conte is also open to loaning out Oliver Skipp, who has struggled for game time
He spent much of his first season with Tottenham back in Spain during a loan spell at Valencia and has made just four Premier League appearances for Antionio Conte’s side this season.
Spurs are also looking at loans for Djed Spence and Oliver Skipp after both have struggled for first team football this season.
Skipp has made just eight league appearances this season after establishing himself in 2021-22, with the midfielder struggling to match his past form since returning from a pelvic injury last July.
Djed Spence has also been on the fringes after arriving over the summer for £20 million
After arriving for £20 million from Nottingham Forest over the summer, Spence has had even less game time, playing in just six matches across all competitions for Antonio Conte’s side.
The wing back is likely to move further down the pecking order for the rest of the season, with Sporting Lisbon star Pedro Porro expected to join Spurs before the end of January.
The 23-year-old is expected to arrive for around £40 million after a disappointing defensive run for Tottenham that saw them concede 21 goals in 10 games.
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