'Very angry': Dejan Kulusevski shares why Tottenham's South American players are annoyed with Eric Dier right now
Dejan Kulusevski has shared with Tottenham Hotspur’s official website why Spurs’ South American players are annoyed with Eric Dier right now.
There is a big South American contingent at Spurs, with Brazilians such as Emerson Royal, Lucas Moura and Richarlison in the squad.
There’s also Argentine defender Cristian Romero, Uruguayan midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur and Colombian international Davinson Sanchez.
And it seems that they are all annoyed with Eric Dier due to his taste in music.
Kulusevski shares why Tottenham players are annoyed with Dier
The 22-year-old revealed that it is Eric Dier and it seems the South American players are not impressed by the music he chooses to play before games.
“The DJ is Eric Dier,” Kulusevski said.
“We play a lot of rap, but the South Americans are very angry because they just want to hear this other kind of music but, no, we stick to rap.”
There may be a big group of South Americans at Spurs at the moment but it seems that Dier is having his way in terms of music.
And it seems that Kulusevski is a fan of Dier’s music choice in the dressing room at least.
Spurs kick-off their Champions League campaign tonight at home to Marseille.
Conte will be hoping his side can get off to a positive start, regardless of who gets to choose the pre-match playlist.
The Italian has struggled in the Champions League throughout his managerial career and will be desperate to succeed in Europe with Tottenham.
His Inter Milan side were knocked out twice in the group stages and Conte will be looking to prove that he can succeed in Europe, as well as in domestic competitions.
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