The 20-year-old has struggled for game time in England and will be hoping a return to Spain will reignite his printing career.
Bryan Gil Joins Valencia
Bryan Gil to Valencia, done deal confirmed and here we go. It’s a straight loan – NOT including any option to extend for one more season and no buy option clause. 🦇⚪️ #Valencia
Tottenham approved the deal. Medicals and official statement soon. pic.twitter.com/I8mjidfulN
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 30, 2022
Time at Tottenham
Capped four times by Spain, Bryan Gil moved to England at the beginning of the season from Sevilla, with Erik Lamela, and cash, going the other way.
While Lamela has asserted himself in Spain, the same can’t be said for Gil at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The 20-year-old has made 20 appearances for Spurs in all competitions but is yet to make any major impact.
The youngster has made nine Premier League appearances but has only spent 86 minutes on the pitch. The bulk of his game time came in the Europa Conference League, but Spurs are no longer competing on the European stage.
Clearly, the youngster isn’t part of Antonio Conte’s plans and a loan move away will benefit the club and the player.
Switch to Spain
A return to Spain will hopefully rekindle the form that prompted Tottenham to sign the promising youngster. Gil began his career with Sevilla and spent time on loan with fellow La Liga clubs Leganés and Eibar respectively.
Valencia are underperforming this season and find themselves in tenth place. Manager José Bordalás will be hoping the arrival of Gil can help Los murciélagos push further up the table while Gil himself will be hoping to find some form.
Bryan Gil Deal Details
According to Romano, the deal is a loan move only and Valencia don’t have an option to buy. This will benefit Spurs with Gil getting regular game time before returning to north London.