“I want to go to the EPL”… ‘World Cup Star’ Tottenham target

 It is still a major recruiting target for big clubs.

British media ‘The Boot Room’ highlighted on the 21st (Korean time) that “RB Leipzig defender Yosuko Gbardiol (21) admitted that she dreams of moving to the English Premier League (PL) in the future.”

He is a central defender that Tottenham Hotspur once strongly wanted. According to multiple British media outlets such as ‘Express’, Tottenham aimed to sign Gbardiol in the summer transfer market. He is a top-class center back in the German Bundesliga with accurate left-footed kicks and good defense. He can play as a left-sided defender. It was evaluated as a player suitable for the three-back tactic of coach Antonio Conte (53).

A Premier League transfer almost happened in the past. “I had to choose between Leeds United and Leipzig. Marcelo Bielsa, Leeds manager at the time, wanted me strongly,” Gvardiol revealed in an interview with The Times.

He also left the possibility of going to the Premier League. “I felt I had to go through a few steps before going to the Premier League,” said Gvardiol.

After remarkable growth, Gbardiol has been reborn as one of the best prospects in Europe. At a young age, he became a regular at Leipzig and received calls from big clubs. 토토사이트

He also dazzled in international competitions. Gbardiol played a big role as a Croatian national team defender at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. He played full-time in all matches and became the first contributor to Croatia’s advancement to the semifinals. In the 3rd and 4th place match against Morocco, he even scored the winning goal and drew attention.

It is still one of the main recruitment targets of big clubs. ‘The Bootroom’ predicted, “There is a lot of interest in Gvardiol. Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester City, and Liverpool are all closely monitoring his situation. A fierce recruitment battle is expected.”

The media then added, “Gbardiol’s release clause is a transfer fee of 85.7 million pounds (approximately 133.7 billion won),” adding, “But Tottenham will not trigger that clause.”

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