High SON wall, Tottenham prospect finally leased again… Arrives in Spain

Premier League Tottenham Hotspur winger Brian Hill (22, Spain) will eventually leave the team. Arrived in Spain for a medical test on loan transfer to his home team Sevilla FC.

On the afternoon of the 30th (Korean time), the Spanish edition of this media (Goal.com) officially confirmed Hill’s loan transfer to Seville. Presently, he delivered the news with a photo that he had arrived in Seville from London for medical tests and contract procedures.

It is a return to the family team. Hill, who spent his youth days in Sevilla, officially joined the professional team in 2019, but did not receive an opportunity. He eventually went on loan to Leganes, Eibar and others. He moved to Tottenham in July 2021 and stepped on the Premier League stage, but he also struggled to adapt. Leaving on loan to Valencia in January of last year, he challenged the La Liga stage again. After playing for about six months, he returned to Tottenham with a swollen dream, but the wall of his starting job was high. 바카라

In the left wing forward position, the main position, was Son Heung-min, who was the top scorer in the Premier League last season. Even if I wasn’t in my condition this season, Antonio Conte’s ‘trustworthy man’ was Son Heung-min. Hill has only played 11 games this season, including 4 Premier League games, without being able to cross the wall of Son Heung-min.

He also failed to overcome his physical weaknesses. Although he is 175cm tall, he doesn’t weigh much, so he can’t easily win against tough Premier League defenders. Although his technique was good, he struggled to sustain the fight against the opposition defense for the full 90 minutes.

Eventually I had to make a decision. He chose to make a comeback in La Liga. He decided to improve his form by moving on loan to Seville, where he grew up.

However, it is said that this rental transfer did not include a full transfer option. From Tottenham’s point of view, it is interpreted that Hill is still regarded as a ‘resource of the future’.

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