‘Minimizing power leakage’ Conte blocks transfer of ‘CB in 4 matches’ despite ‘interest in 8 teams’

We try to minimize power leakage to the extreme. Manager Antonio Conte has blocked the move of Japhet Tanganga, who has been attracting interest from many clubs.

England’s ‘Express’ said on the 30th (Korean time): “Tottenham Hotspur are ready to stop Tanganga from leaving the club. At least eight clubs are trying to sign him, but Conte is on the same condition to keep the homegrown rules. We are only considering replacing him with a player from . 온라인바카라

Tanganga is Tottenham’s sacred bone youth. He has been playing for Tottenham’s youth club since 2011, and also made his first team debut in 2019. At the beginning of the 2021-22 season, he was trusted by coach Nunu Santo and started as a starting rightback, but after taking over as coach Conte, he became a replacement resource again due to tactical adaptation problems and knee injuries.

This season, he appeared in only 4 matches. Half of them were in the English FA Cup (2 games). He only made one appearance in each of the Premier League and UEFA Champions League (UCL). Considering that Tottenham needs a lot of center backs with a three-back tactic, it is safe to say that it has been classified as out of power.

Nonetheless, the demand remains. At least eight clubs want Tanganga. It is speculated that English clubs are keeping an eye on him as the homegrown rule applies. ‘Express’ said that there are many teams who want to use Tanganga as a starter, saying, “As Tanganga is eager to secure a starter, eight teams want to take him before the transfer deadline.”

However, Tottenham are not ready to allow this. Coach Conte plans not to operate for the remainder of the season with fewer than six center backs, and the club also intends to leave Tanganga in order to comply with the UCL rule, which allows only 17 foreign players.

The media also said, “Tanganga joined Tottenham’s youth academy at the age of 10, which adds extra value to the squad. English players are often at a premium from Premier League clubs for the same reason.” I predicted that it would not move in the transfer market.

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