No matter which coach takes over, can you imagine Tottenham without Son Heung-min?
Tottenham, who are in the process of looking for a permanent manager, are recently linked with Burnley manager Vincent Kompany. Kompany was considered a Manchester City legend during his playing days. Taking advantage of his experience coaching Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, Kompany began his managerial career right away.
Kompany took his first steps as a coach as a player and manager at Anderlecht, a prestigious Belgian club in his home country. As soon as he finished his playing career메이저사이트, he began to properly lead Anderlecht. Kompany was called up by Burnley, who were relegated to the English Championship (second division), with evaluations of successfully leading Anderlecht.
Kompany, who headed to Burnley, achieved promotion to the Premier League (EPL) in one season. With an overwhelming record of 26 wins, 12 draws and 2 losses in 40 games, Burnley confirmed promotion to the EPL early. Rumors are emerging that Tottenham want Kompany as his leadership has grown.
Accordingly, ‘The Sun’ predicted on the 13th (Korean time) how Kompany would take the team composition when he became Tottenham’s official manager. Surprisingly, Son Heung-min’s name was not found in the 3-4-2-1 formation.
Up front were Harry Kane, Dejan Kulusevski and Nathan Tella. Tela is from Southampton but has been loaned out to Burnley this season. He scored 17 goals and 5 assists in the championship, becoming the number one contributor to Burnley’s promotion to the EPL. If Kompany comes to Tottenham, there is a clear possibility that he will bring Tela.
Still, Son Heung-min is Son Heung-min. Even if this season is sluggish, there is no reason for Son Heung-min, who has accumulated a lot of experience in the EPL and European Champions League (UCL), to be pushed out. If Son Heung-min is dressed in clothes that suit him again, he will surely come to life.
In midfield, the current starting duo of Rodrigo Bentancur and Pierre-Emil Hojbjerg were seated. On the left and right sides were Destiny Udoji and Pedro Porro. There was a change in the center back position. Aymeric Laporte was positioned next to Eric Dyer and Christian Romero. Laporte belongs to Man City, but he is currently a player with a high possibility of transferring because he has completely lost his main position.
In the goalkeeper’s place was Aryanette Muric, Kompany’s former Burnley pupil, not Hugo Lloris. The goalkeeper position is a position that can change no matter which manager comes.