'Outstanding': 21-year-old Spurs youngster named the best player at his current club during brilliant loan spell
It has only been a little over two weeks since Tottenham Hotspur loaned out Bryan Gil to Valencia.
The 21-year-old joined Spurs from Sevilla last summer and his arrival raised the excitement level. Nothing big was really expected of him, but everyone knew Gil was a fantastic talent, and fans couldn’t wait to see him.
However, the young Spaniard was handed just 86 minutes of game time in the Premier League and that is simply not enough. Gil’s potential is massive and he needed to play regularly, and a return to Spain on loan was the best thing for all parties.
The Tottenham man has barely played four games for Valencia so far but everyone at the Spanish club is already blown away by how good he is.
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Tottenham loanee Bryan Gil is Valencia’s ‘most outstanding player’
Spanish newspaper and media outlet Sport claim that fans of Valencia are really convinced by Gil, even though he has only played four times since joining them in January.
He has been described as: “Fast, electric, daring, confident and with enough quality to avoid rivals, gain meters and be differential in the danger zone. Bryan Gil has stirred up Valencia’s attack and bothered rival defences, both in the league and in the Cup.
The outlet further calls him ‘Valencia’s most outstanding footballer,’ which is immense praise for someone so young who has only been there for about two weeks.
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Gil has only played a little over 300 minutes of football at Valencia and he’s yet to even register a direct goal contribution. However, he has certainly raised the level of the side, which is huge.
The youngster’s performances are a great sign for Tottenham as well. They invested a lot of money on him last summer and although he didn’t really do much in England, his recent displays on loan give everyone at the club a lot of hope.
It will be interesting to see what will happen with Gil in the summer. Valencia would certainly love to keep hold of him, but a return to England should not be ruled out, especially if he continues to impress as he has.
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