Tottenham’s new best 11, including Arnaut Danjuma, was released, but Son Heung-min’s place was announced.
On the 26th (Korean time), Transfermarkt, a site specializing in the football transfer market, released Tottenham’s new predicted best 11, saying, “How will Tottenham make a starting list with Arnaud Danzuma and Pedro Poro?”
The line-up revealed by Transfermarkt included both Danzuma, whose transfer was confirmed, and POW, who was likely to transfer, as starters.
At the forefront were Son Heung-min, Harry Kane and Dejan Kulusevski. In the midfield, Rodrigo Bentancur and Pierre-Emile Hoivier were named, and Christian Romero, Eric Dia and Ben Davies were expected to work together in the back 3.
As a goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris, whose position has been shaken recently, was expected.
Both wingbacks showed a difference from the existing starting list. Instead of Ivan Perisic and Emerson Royal, who were the main players, Danjuma and Poro took the wingbacks, signaling a change in the starting list. 먹튀검증
Danjuma, the first recruit in the winter transfer market announced on the 25th by Tottenham, is showing an active role in all areas of the attack while belonging to Villarreal, but his main position is a left winger.
As the positions of Danjuma and Son Heung-min overlapped, the British media predicted that Danjuma was recruited as a competitor to Son Heung-min.
Unlike Son Heung-min, who won the top scorer last season, his position has changed a lot because he is suffering from sluggishness and injuries overall, such as playing in 19 league games this season and only scoring 4 goals and 3 assists.
Contrary to media expectations, however, Transfermarkt predicted that Dandjuma could play an active role in the left wing-back position as a competitor to Perisic.
This is because in Antonio Conte’s back 3 tactics, the attacking ability as well as the wingback’s participation in defense is very important. Danjuma’s appointment as a wingback is a promising starting option.
Poro, who is expected to be a right wingback, has not yet been confirmed. Reporter Fabrizio Romano, an expert in the European football transfer market, said, “Tottenham is about to sign a prisoner for a buyout amount of 45 million euros (about 60.4 billion won),” and pointed out that the possibility of a prisoner’s transfer to Tottenham is high.
Amid the appearance of an expected starting list that is different from the predictions of the British media that their position will be threatened by new recruits, attention is paid to whether Son Heung-min will repay Conte’s trust by winning the competition with the new member.