. army “Golden Spikes” this season, having made only nine appearances in the Premier League,
although the Dutch winger netted two goals in Tottenham’s 3-2 win over Leicester City. That has all been his goals in the top flight this season, but it is believed that that is not enough to make him part of Antonio Conte’s long-term plans.
There is now more concrete evidence that Tottenham’s Steven Bergwijn will be sold in January, with frontrunners Ajax already submitting an offer.
Transfer guru Fabizio Romano tweeted late yesterday about the breaking news. The writing has been on the wall for some time now. Bergwijn has failed to earn a spot in Antonio Conte’s future plans in north London.
Get the most out of the £26.8 million they paid PSV Eindhoven to sign Bergwijn in January 2020.
However, reports indicate that interested clubs are available to pay only £13 million. For the signing of Bergwijn this month,
He has seven goals and 10 assists from 65 appearances for Tottenham, while he still has a contract with the club. Up to three and a half years