After securing their spot in the Champions League knockout stages, Tottenham Hotspur have started making plans for January.
Spurs will receive a significant boost both financially and once again having the appeal of top European football.
But one player who could be heading for the exit door in the summer is Bryan Gil and here are Spurs’ plans for him:
Gil to head back out on loan?
Tottenham are expected to allow the Spaniard to head out on loan in January, according to Football.London.
Whilst the youngster has shown flashes of brilliance, he remains a very raw talent, who clearly needs regular football.
He has played just 43 minutes in total in all competitions for Spurs this season.
Gil was desperate to leave on loan again over the summer but the club blocked a move as they failed to sign a replacement.
This time around, the plan will be to once again look to bring in a replacement and someone who can cover for Dejan Kulusevski.
Tottenham’s transfer plans boosted by Champions League KO qualification
Tottenham will earn an additional £8.2M for reaching the Champions League knockout stages, without taking TV revenue, gate receipts and more into account.
This will give Antonio Conte more room to make new additions in the January transfer window.
Spurs’ plan is also to focus purely on signing quality in January having improved the quantity of the squad over the summer.
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