Burnley coach Vincent Kompany (37) seems to be the trend.
Following England’s ‘The Sun’, ‘Express’ revealed on the 14th (Korean time) the expected change in Tottenham’s Best 11 if coach Kompany takes the helm of Tottenham. ‘The Sun’ erased Son Heung-min from the best 11.
The outlook for ‘Express’ was different. ‘Express’ predicted that ‘Company will be able to build a ‘brand new’ Tottenham by transfusing five new players. The key is ‘system change’. Kompany is expected to abandon the three-back of manager Antonio Conte and assistant manager Christian Stellini and bring out the 4-3-3 system favored by Burnley.
The first of the five signings is the goalkeeper position. Hugo Lloris is likely to part ways at the end of this season. The alternative is Brentford’s gatekeeper David Raya, who has been consistently raised. Raya, who has a year left on her contract with Brentford, will be on the market after this season.
The back four was expected to be filled with Pedro Poro, Christian Romero, Inter Milan’s Alessandro Bastoni and Burnley’s favorite pupil Ian Matsen. Matsen’s original team is Chelsea. It is possible to organize enough through negotiations with Chelsea.
Bastoni has been interested in Tottenham since last summer. In the case of Eric Dyer, ‘Express’ analyzes that he is not suitable for four backs.
In midfield, I thought Sander Berge would breathe along with Rodrigo Bentancur and Pierre-Emil Hoivier. Berge is the nucleus of Sheffield United’s midfield. Coach Kompany explained that he was impressed with the opponent in the championship (2nd division). The Norwegian-born Berge is also interested in Liverpool. 토토사이트
There is no Harry Kane in Threetop. He predicted the moderation of 18-year-old rookie Evan Ferguson along with Son Heung-min and Dejan Kulusevski.
Kane, whose contract with Tottenham ends in June next year, has many variables. Ferguson, who belongs to Brighton, has been pointed out early as ‘Post Kane’.
Coach Kompany, a Man City legend who has risen to the Burnley command tower this season, is Tottenham Chairman Daniel Levy’s ‘one pick’. He is making a splash by taking his team to the Premier League in his first season.