Sevilla FC and Tottenham Hotspur FC have reached an agreement for the loan of Bryan Gil until the end of the season. The attacker returns to his former home to reinforce the attack for the second half of the season.
In the Sevilla youth academy since the age of 12, Bryan progressed through the different stages of the youth ranks until making his debut with Sevilla Atlético in 2018/19, a campaign in which he caught the attention of Pablo Machín, who gave him his debut with the first team. He ended up playing 11 games in La Liga Santander and two in the Copa del Rey, with a tally of one goal and one assist. In 2019/20, as a full first-team player, he played two league games, one Copa del Rey and four Europa League games under Julen Lopetegui, in the first half of the season. In January 2020, he went out on loan to CD Leganés, with whom he made eleven appearances and scored one goal. His second loan spell would come in the 2021/22 season, in this case to SD Eibar, with whom he made 29 La Liga and cup appearances, scoring four goals and assisting on three occasions.
He arrives with ten games played in the first half of the season with Spurs.
His starring role at Eibar opened the doors to the senior national team, with whom he made his debut on 25 March 2021 in a World Cup qualifier against Greece. He also took part in the other match of that FIFA matchday, against Georgia, this time as a starter. At the end of his campaign in Eibar, he was also called up by Luis de la Fuente to go to Tokyo with the Olympic team, with whom he won the silver medal after losing to Brazil in the final. Just before that, he played again with the senior team in a friendly against Lithuania. In the middle of that training camp in Asia, the transfer of the player to Tottenham Hotspur was finalised, and he would join Tottenham Hotspur for the start of the 2021/22 season.
Under the leadership of Nuno Espírito Santo, Bryan had a leading role on his arrival in London, something that changed with the change in the dugout and the arrival of Antonio Conte. Thus, it was decided that Bryan will leave on loan in January 2022 to Valencia CF, after accumulating 20 appearances - nine in the Premier League, six in the Conference League and five between the two English cups. Despite all this, he is still in the squad for the UEFA Nations League finals in October, playing in the winning semi-final against Italy in Milan.
On his arrival at Mestalla, he became an important player for José Bordalás, who used him in 13 league games and four Copa del Rey matches, including the final that Valencia lost on penalties to Betis at La Cartuja. He then returned to Conte's plans for the current season, in which, despite everything, he closed this first stretch of competition with a tally of ten games played - four in the Premier League, four in the Champions League, one in the FA Cup and another in the League Cup - in which he provided one assist.