A rental transfer that became a ‘God’s move’… Tottenham do not want to return
[Goal.com] Correspondent Kang Dong-hoon = Brian Hill (22), who left Tottenham Hotspur (England) and transferred to Seville (Spain) on loan during the winter transfer market, has been playing a big role. It is known that he himself expressed satisfaction with his rental life, and even expressed his intention to stay in the next season.
Spanish media ‘Pichhajes’ said on 안전놀이터 the 17th (Korean time), “Hill plays an important role under coach Jorge Sampaoli (63, Argentina), and he is very satisfied with his rental life as he is able to secure much more playing time than he did in Tottenham. I am doing it,” he said.
Previously, Hill stopped accompanying Tottenham in January and signed a six-month lease with Sevilla. This is because it was completely excluded from coach Antonio Conte (53, Italy)’s plan, and he needed a rebound after having a hard time, such as being pushed out of the main competition and only guarding the bench all the time.
Despite no actual injury or reason to miss, Hill has only played 11 official games since the season began. He even stepped on the ground mostly through substitute appearances. When he averaged minutes played per game, he only played 28.2 minutes.
As a result, the rental transfer has become a ‘God’s number’. As soon as Hill returns to his former team, Sevilla, he is playing an active role with Sampaoli as soon as he is moderated. He played 9 games (5 starts) in all competitions. His average playing time per game was 52.1 minutes, a marked increase from his time at Tottenham. During this period, he scored 1 goal and 1 assist and also scored an offensive point.
As such, Hill has been playing an active role while receiving steady participation opportunities during his rental life, and as he has been evaluated as having grown one step higher than before, he wants to continue playing in Sevilla next season under the guidance of Sampaoli.
“Hill wants to stay at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan much longer for now,” said Pichajes. If you want, you will have to negotiate again.”