It’s been less than two months since the Saudi Arabian flag, but they’re coming back to Tottenham?
Son Heung-min’s team, Tottenham, is promoting the recruitment of a new striker, and the player’s recent history stands out. It’s been less than two months since I moved to Saudi Arabia due to the lure of ‘oil money’, but I can move the team again. The main character is Al Ittihad winger Jota.
Portuguese striker Jota, 24, joined Saudi Al Ittihad from Celtic this summer. Jota, who led Celtic’s treble last season, left for Al Ittihad on the condition of a transfer fee of £25 million and a weekly wage of £200,000. Considering his career, that was a staggering amount. It was rewarded with 11 goals and 11 assists in 33 league appearances for Celtic his last season.바카라사이트
However, less than two months later, he became the subject of transfer rumors again. Local media ’90min.com’ reported that Tottenham will pursue a contract with Jota before the summer transfer window closes.
What’s going on? It is not strange that Tottenham is looking for a player, but it is unusual for a player who has just moved to a new team to transfer again. The media emphasized that it is quite possible for Jota to leave Al Ittihad.
After moving to Al Ittihad, Jota is competing for the starting position. Al Ittihad have ‘living legend’ Karim Benzema, with Homarinho and Igor Coronado favored in the side. Currently, Al Ittihad is led by former Tottenham manager Nunu Espiritu Santo, who is known to have no objection to letting Jota go.
Coincidentally, ahead of this season, Tottenham coach Engie Postecoglu, who had been with Jota at Celtic last season, took the helm. Coach Postecoglu, who knows Jota better than anyone else, seems to want him.