Danjuma is a striker who can play in a position similar to Son Heung-min, and has experience in England in the past. He joined Bournemouth in the summer of 2019 after going through the Dutch and Belgian leagues. In the first season of his transfer, he did not perform very well in the English Premier League (EPL). Hamstring and foot injuries overlapped, and he only played 14 games without an attack point.
As Bournemouth was relegated, 메이저사이트 he played in the English Championship (Part 2) in the 2020-2021 season, playing as a main striker in the Championship. He recorded 15 goals and 7 assists in 33 league appearances. Based on his performance during the championship, he moved the team to Villarreal in Spanish La Liga in the summer of the 2021 season. Villarreal paid 23.5 million euros (approximately 31.7 billion won), the club’s highest ever transfer fee, for the signing of Danjuma. After that, he recorded 12 goals and 3 assists in 33 games in a season and a half.
As Danzuma showed a level of growth at Villarreal, EPL clubs began to pay attention to Danzuma again. Since last year, transfer rumors have been steadily discussed, and eventually a return to the EPL this winter is imminent.
Initially, the likely destination was Everton. Everton is known to have completed most of the procedures for signing Danjuma on loan, and completed a medical test as well as media shooting last weekend. But before the final papers were signed, Tottenham jumped into negotiations. Danzuma put the transfer process to Everton on hold, and eventually turned to Tottenham.
On the other hand, Tottenham, which is about to sign the first transfer in the winter transfer market, plans to accelerate negotiations for the next signing as soon as the Danzuma transfer process is completed. The target is Sporting wingback Pedro Poro. Reporter Romano said, “Tottenham have rescheduled a meeting for the signing of the prisoner. The last offer of 37 million euros (approximately 49.8 billion won) was not enough. We hope to convince Sporting through options and player trades.” said.