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Tottenham ‘willing to listen’ to offers for star following immediate upturn in form

Bryan Gil, Goncalo Guedes, Valencia, February 2022.

Tottenham are reportedly ‘willing to listen’ to offers for Bryan Gil, who has impressed during his time on loan at Valencia of late.

Gil only signed for Spurs in the summer, but the move seemed premature. Indeed, the Spaniard has only played 86 minutes of Premier League football, having never started a game.

His loan move to Valencia seems to be successful so far. Fans of the Mestalla outfit are reportedly raving over the youngster, per Cadena Ser, via Sport Witness.

In that article, Spanish journalist Fran Guaita says he feels they should test the waters with an official bid.

The article is titled ‘Sell Guedes and sign Bryan Gil’.

In the piece, he says Gil has got Valencia supporters ‘on their feet’. After only two appearances, he is clearly becoming a fan favourite, despite having not scored or assisted.

Furthermore, Spurs are reportedly willing to listen to an offer form Valencia.

Clearly, Gil has not made an impact in the Premier League. If Spurs can make a decent fee out of the misfit then they might as well sell him on.

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What’s more, he is clearly more effective in Spain than in England.

The only issue is that Valencia would likely have to fork out a hefty fee for Gil. Selling Goncalo Guedes, as Guaita suggests, is likely the only way they could afford the Tottenham man.

Gil and Bale could go opposite ways

Gareth Bale and Harry Kane during Tottenham Europa League match

While Gil could remain in Spain permanently, Gareth Bale may be on his way back to England. Spurs have reportedly struck a deal for the Real Madrid man to return to the club.

The Welshman is unlikely to play for Real again, as he enters the final six months of his deal.

Letting his contract run down is a way for him to earn all of his wages before leaving.

He will then apparently join Spurs, where he will likely finish his career.

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