The five clubs who could sign Bryan Gil on loan

Euan McTear 23 Jan 2022 12:06 GMT 3 min read
Bryan Gil in Tottenham vs Morecambe.

It hasn’t been easy for Bryan Gil so far at Tottenham, with the 20-year-old having to adapt to a new country and league and to a mid-season coaching change. With just 755 minutes so far, and only 85 of them in the Premier League, he and Spurs are looking for an attractive loan option where he can continue his development.

Here, then, comes a look at five of the clubs in the race to acquire the young winger for the second half of the 2021/22 season.

Valencia

Valencia are believed to be in pole position in the Bryan Gil sweepstakes, with Los Che able to offer the winger a return to Spain and many minutes on the wing. Bryan Gil would fill a position of need at Valencia, so could quickly become a starter and show once again what he is capable of.

Real Sociedad

Another LaLiga Santander club linked with Bryan Gil is Real Sociedad, a club where several players have relaunched their careers in recent years. La Real coach Imanol Alguacil also has a reputation for developing youngsters, so a six-month spell in his finishing school would be attractive.

Cádiz

Like Valencia, Cádiz are a club that desperately need wingers, as they fight to avoid relegation. Bryan Gil would immediately become one of the club’s best players if he were to join, while this would also be a homecoming for the player as he grew up in the area.

Nice

There are potential landing spots outside of Spain as well, with Nice in Ligue 1 being one of them. They are pushing hard to bring the Spaniard in on loan, although the player might not be so keen on going to and having to learn the ways of yet another new league.

Lille

The fifth club to be seriously linked with a transfer for Bryan Gil is Lille. The reigning French champions have been mentioned as a possible destination for him for several weeks now, although the interest appears to be cooling off. There is an understanding at the Stade Pierre Mauroy that it will be difficult to beat the Spanish suitors to his signature.