Thank you, Bryan

AGREEMENT WITH TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FOR THE TRANSFER OF BRYAN GIL

The winger, who has been with Sevilla FC since the academy, was on loan at SD Eibar last season

Sevilla FC and Tottenham Hotspur F.C. of the Premier League have come to an agreement over the transfer of Bryan Gil. Bryan, who is currently in Japan contesting the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, has spent the last season and a half away on loan at CD Leganés and SD Eibar respectively.

Bryan came to Sevilla at just 12-years-old. After moving up through the academy, he played in the 2017/18 UEFA Youth League before making the jump to Sevilla Atlético. In his debut season in Segunda B, he played 24 games with four goals and six assists, numbers which caught the eye of first-team coach Pablo Machín who gave him his debut. He ended the season with eleven appearances in La Liga. He provided an assist and even got a goal against Rayo Vallecano on 25 April which made him the first player born in the 21st century to score in La Liga.

In April 2019 he became the first player born after 2000 to score in La Liga

In 19/20, as an established part of the squad, he played two league games, one in the Cup and four in the Europa League as he scored and assisted in a home win against Qarabag. In the January transfer window he left on loan to CD Leganés in the search for more game-time. While Leganés would end up relegated, Bryan played 11 games and scored a goal in his last game against Real Madrid. Last season, after playing the first match against Cádiz, he left on loan again to SD Eibar where he played a key role as he played 28 games in the league and one in the Cup, scoring four goals and providing three assists.

His performances at Eibar led to Bryan making his debut with the senior Spanish team on 25 March against Greece. He is currently with the Spanish Olympic team in Tokyo 2020. Sevilla FC thank Bryan for his desire and commitment over all these years and wish him the absolute best both in Japan and for the next step in his footballing career in England.

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