Arnaut Danjumaga, who was recently recruited by hijacking. The shirt number he will wear at Tottenham Hotspur has been revealed.

Tottenham officially announced Danzuma’s number 16 on the 26th (Korean time) with the comment “AD (Arnaud Danzuma) 16” through the club’s channel.

Danjuma, who was originally going to Everton, was imminent. He contacted Danjuma to escape the relegation zone, and it was even reported that he had completed a medical test. However, likewise, Tottenham, who urgently needed a reversal of the atmosphere, suddenly appeared and eventually succeeded in hijacking and held Danzuma in his arms.

Danjuma, who joined north London, said: “I am delighted to be joining Tottenham. This opportunity is very important to me. I am very happy to be here. As soon as I received the offer from Tottenham, it was a no-brainer. Great coaching staff and facilities. It is a well-equipped big club.”

“I hope to be positive, to leave a good impact, to prove myself as a player and to give something new to the fans. I aim to be the best possible in every competition in which we compete. Return to the English Premier League (EPL). I’m happy to be here. It’s like coming home. I’ll do my best to quickly integrate into the team.” 스포츠토토

Danjuma chose number 16. 7 (Son Heung-min), 8 (Harry Winks), 9 (Hisharli Song), 10 (Harry Kane), and 11 (Brian Hill) used by front attack resources all have owners, so you can choose them. There was no Instead, Danzuma will play for Tottenham wearing the number 16 shirt worn by Gareth Bale, Kieran Trippier and Kyle Walker-Peters.

Tottenham’s expectations for Danzuma are clear. It is a role that eases the burden on Son Heung-min and invigorates him from the front to even score goals. Danjuma’s surprise performance is very important as next month’s tight league schedule as well as the round of 16 schedule of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) are scheduled.

Danjuma, who joined as a loan transfer, dreams of a complete transfer while playing for Tottenham in the second half. There is also a prospect that he will not need much adaptation as much as he experienced the English stage in Bournemouth.

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