Champions League: Brian Gill: “Valencia? It’s something that has already happened. I am focused on Tottenham”
And thehe’s spanish Brian Gill Tottenham Hotspur player, He confirmed that his frustrating signing with Valencia is already ‘gone’ And that he is now focusing only on the present, without thinking about what might happen in the coming winter market.
Spanish player Playing the final part of the Champions League match between Tottenham and Sporting de Portugal This Wednesday drew and attended the EFE in the mixed area of the London Stadium.
“It was the target that gave us the rating…”, Said Gill remembers Harry Kane’s disallowed goal in the 96th minute of the match. “After five minutes of VAR review, they canceled it… It’s unbelievable, But let’s trust the decision they made even if we don’t agree.”
After five minutes of VAR review, they canceled it…it’s unbelievable
Jill has yet to play a minute in the Premier League this seasonBut he has spent minutes in three of the five Champions League matches.
“I’m working to give my best, to do well when it’s my turn. It’s my motivation, I’m getting better every day and contributing as much as I can.” In England it’s a different style of play than the league, more physical, more back and forth and I think it tests me, with other situations, another game. I think I’m getting better.”
I’m working to give my best, to do well when it’s my turn. It’s the drive I have, improving every day and contributing as much as possible
His lack of minutes ended last season with his departure on loan to Valencia, where he enjoyed more continuity. The Spanish club tried to get his services at the end of last summer’s market, but the deal collapsed in the final minutes of the transfer window.
“It is something that has already happened. Now I have to focus on where I am. In my team, Tottenham, I’m doing my best here and forgetting something that has already happened.”
Valencia is something that has already happened. Now I have to focus on my place
Despite this, the under-21 international could receive offers in the upcoming winter market, in order to gain more minutes in the second part of the campaign. The player from Cadiz said: “I am focused on the present. I am not thinking about the future. I am focused on improving and playing as much as possible.”