‘Shocking news’…Tottenham MF returns after 9-month absence → surprise ‘Tourekiye loan’ emerges in winter

Rodrigo Bentancur (26-Tottenham) has been linked with a surprise loan move.

Bentancur joined Tottenham from Juventus in the winter transfer window of the 2021-22 season. Tottenham spent €25 million (approx. KRW 35.5 billion) to acquire Bentancur and signed a four-year contract.

Bentancur immediately became an integral part of the midfield, making an impact with his work rate, especially in the center of the park, where his dribbling and direct delivery of the ball created attacking chances and his clever play made him a new engine for Tottenham.

However, he suffered a major injury last season.

Bentancur tore his cruciate ligament in February.

Bentancur went under the knife and was told he would need at least nine months to rehabilitate, ending his season.

He finally returned this season.

Bentancur returned to the field on March 28 in the 10th round of the 2023-24 English Premier League (EPL) between Tottenham and Crystal Palace.

Bentancur made his comeback in the 45th minute, when he was substituted for Dejan Kluczewski with Tottenham leading 2-1. 온라인카지노

Captain Son Heung-min was particularly pleased to see Bentancur back.

Bentancur greeted the away fans after the Palace game, and Son congratulated him with a hug.

Bentancur has been gradually increasing his playing time, playing around 30 minutes against Chelsea.

In the meantime, Bentancur’s departure has become a hot topic.

On January 10 (KST), the British ‘Team Talk’ reported, “Bentancur could leave Tottenham on loan in January.

Galatasaray have set Bentancur as a target.

They are looking to strengthen their midfield and Bentancur could improve his game by getting more playing time.”

Of course, Tottenham won’t let him leave so easily.

They have a midfield void to fill in January. Pape Sarr (Senegal) and Yves Bissouma (Ivory Coast) are set to leave for the Africa Cup of Nations.

“Tottenham are unlikely to agree to a loan deal for Bentancur as Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Giovanni Lo Celso could also leave the club following the African Cup of Nations,” the publication explained.

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