Harry Winks Keen To Request On A Loan Away From Tottenham

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Harry Winks looks to leave Tottenham in the upcoming winder transfer Market. The English look to find new pastures and opportunities after not being able to start for Tottenham. The player after being in Tottenham since 2016 wishes to get another challenge. Currently, Tottenham hasn’t been in the best of forms. While winning their recent game against Aston Villa. The club had conceded 9 goals in 3 matches. Defensively it feels as the club isn’t compact enough to stop changes being created in front of their eyes.

Currently, Tottenham Hotspur players are in the 4-2-3-1 formation. Harry Kane starts as the sole striker in the team. While Heung-Min Son and Lucas Moura start as the wide wingers. Due to each of them being able to play the role of the inverted winger. With the current style of the play insisting on the attackers to be forward. Currently the midfield three consist of Oliver Skipp, Tanguy Ndombele and Pierre-Emile Højbjerg. A youth player like Oliver Skipp has been allowed to play and has been making the most out of it. While Harry Winks hasn’t been well at all.

Harry Winks Keen To Request On A Loan Away From Tottenham, Six Sports

Tottenham Is Done With Harry Winks

Last season in the Premier League, he didn’t score and assist a single goal. Harry Winks performances had been awful, to say the least. Last season he only started 9 games and averaged playing 57 minutes per game. He only averaged 38.5 passes per 90 while playing as a box to box midfielder. During the 2019/20 season, Harry winks played 31 games for Tottenham in the league. But he didn’t score even a single goal or be creative enough. He was averaging 0.6 key passes per 90. It hasn’t been the best of performances from the 25-year-old.

Harry Winks is currently is valued at £18.00m according to Transfermarkt. He currently has 3 years left on his current contract with the club. It has been reported that the likes of Roma and Inter Milan are keen on signing the player on a loan.

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