Will Tottenham’s Arnaut Danjuma (26) stay in next season?
Reporter Paul Brown of British media ‘Give Me Sports’ talked about Danjuma’s current situation on the 27th (Korean time).
Tottenham announced in January that they had signed Danzuma on loan from Spain’s Villarreal until the end of the 2022-23 season.
Danjuma, born in Nigeria and raised in the Netherlands, was from Eindhoven Youth in the Netherlands. He made his debut in the Eindhoven reserve team안전놀이터, went on to Nijmegen in the Netherlands and Club Bruges in Belgium, and since 2019 has experienced the England 1st and 2nd divisions in Bournemouth. have done
After scoring 15 goals in the 2020-21 season of England’s second division championship, he moved to Villarreal in Spain in the 2021-22 season, scoring 10 goals in Primera Liga and leading the way to the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League.
However, after joining Tottenham, there is no significant activity. He has played only 12 minutes in the Premier League. After his loan, he even has a full transfer option. How likely is it that he will be together next season?
“I want to know what Tottenham thought they could get from Danzuma,” said Brown. But he has barely played in any competitions.”
‘Give Me Sports’ said, “It is unlikely that Tottenham will trigger a permanent contract clause with Danzuma and bring him back.” I predicted.
Danjuma’s move to Everton was strongly discussed in the winter transfer market, but he chose Tottenham as his destination.
Standing mainly on his left flank and being able to play as a central striker, his strengths include acceleration, reckless breakthrough, and finishing with both feet.
He seemed to compete with Tottenham’s existing second-line offensive resources such as Son Heung-min and Dejan Kulusevski. Since Son Heung-min, Kulusevski, and Richarlison’s explosive power fell, there was a possibility of substitution. However, when I opened the lid, it was not. He has scored one goal in just four games this season and played just 11 minutes in one Premier League game.
Tottenham is not obligated to bring Danzuma, who has a full transfer option after loan. Full transfer is optional. According to European transfer market expert Fabricio Romano, the transfer fee is 30 million euros (approximately 42.1 billion won).