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Tottenham Hotspur: Micheal Bridge makes interesting player claim

Tottenham Hotspur: Micheal Bridge makes interesting player claim -Tottenham Hotspur News

Speaking to GiveMeSport, reliable journalist Michael Bridge of Sky Sports has made an interesting Tottenham player claim as he names two Lilywhites disliked on a personal level at N17.

The Lowdown: Conte begins revamp…

In the January transfer window, Spurs boss Antonio Conte got his first chance to rebuild the club and ship out some of the deadwood.

Former Lilywhites sensation Dele Alli completed a permanent move to Everton with promising Spanish starlet Bryan Gil leaving Spurs on loan to link up with Valencia.

Another Tottenham duo in club-record signing Tanguy Ndombele and Argentina international Giovani Lo Celso are also currently out on temporary spells.

Bridge, making a claim on the latter pair, has shared an interesting statement.

The Latest: Ndombele and Lo Celso disliked as people…

Speaking to GMS, the Sky reporter says Ndombele and Lo Celso aren’t ‘massively liked as people’ as well as players at Tottenham.

He explained: “Lo Celso and Ndombele, they aren’t massively liked as people, as well as players at Tottenham.” 

The Verdict: Interesting claim…

Lo Celso, who was often criticised for some of his displays at club level for Spurs, had been called a ‘passenger‘ at points this season while there have also been repeated question marks surrounding Ndombele’s application.

News that both men were not particularly loved as characters could come as evidence towards their debatable attitudes at Spurs and why Conte perhaps wanted to see them leave.

Of course, with both players only out on loan, it remains to be seen whether they could still have a future at the club.

In other news: ‘More on that’…The Athletic reporter drops ‘£2.3 billion’ Tottenham claim on Twitter, find out more here.

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