Davinson Sanchez is one Tottenham Hotspur player that would quite like to move on from N17. Highly respected journalist Alasdair Gold confirmed the news to all his avid fans on his YouTube channel this week.
….during the pandemic, he really did kind of want to get back to his family and everyone. He’s not getting the starts. I think he’s made six Premier League starts this season, so from his point of view, he wants to go somewhere and play regularly as well...
Sanchez has struggled for game time for some while now, and from what journalist Alasdair Gold has shared, the Colombian is looking for pastures new. Regrettably, this casts another question mark over Tottenham Hotspur’s ability to buy players that any of their managers want. To make matters worse with Sanchez specifically, Gold believes that the one-time Ajax Player of the Year had been looking to engineer an exit from Spurs since the time of the pandemic.
Would Tottenham miss Davinson?
Based upon this absolute howler, the quick answer is absolutely not. It ought to be said, that this particular blunder is merely representative of how far the man Daniel Levy signed has slipped down the batting order. Tottenham Hotspur’s one-time club-record signing in 2017, cost us around £42 million.
This might be an opportune moment to reference the £200 million-plus worth of Tottenham players currently on loan. Kindly note that the on-loan value is not comprised based on the current market value, it is based upon what Tottenham actually paid, in the first instance.
Antonio Conte revealed in a press conference that Djed Spence was a club purchase, and so that just leaves Bryan Gil as one player, the one solitary Spurs player on loan for the right reasons. Davinson looks to be another bad buy, which Daniel Levy needs to hide, along with all the others…