“According to sources, Tottenham Hotspur will consider selling Hishalisson, which is drawing attention from Saudi Arabia in the upcoming winter transfer market,” British Football Insider said on the 8th (Korea Standard Time). “He has not settled in Tottenham and could break up next month.”
“It has been found that the Saudi Professional League (SPL) is very interested in Hishalisson’s contract and Tottenham is also willing to sell it. The future has turned around in recent weeks. His poor decision-making skills at the gate have made him lose patience,” he added.
Last year, Tottenham invested 58 million euros to sign Hishalisson. The goal was clear: relieving the burdens on Son Heung-min, Harry Kane, and Dejan Kulusevski, who were major scorers at the time. As he paid considerable amount of money, he had high expectations. 슬롯머신
Disappointing day after day, however. Hishalisson, who scored double figures every season when he was playing for Everton, was a proven resource but has been in a slump since joining Tottenham. The situation is the same under Antonio Conte as well as under Enze Postecoglou. Furthermore, the club failed to meet Kane’s increasing importance this season after leaving for Bayern Munich.
Stets is also in disrepair. Since joining Tottenham, Hishal Song has only had five goals in 48 games. In other words, he is worth 11.6 million euros per goal in comparison to the transfer fee. Postecoglou brought up “TOP SON,” and Hishal Song’s position quickly narrowed down.
Meanwhile, rumors spread that Saudi Arabia will seek to recruit Hishalisson. Last summer, Al Nasr, Al Hilal, Al Ahli, and Al Itihad, who are supported by the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF), surprised the soccer community with their aggressive investments. To them, Hishalisson, who is currently playing for Brazil, is a very attractive card. Tottenham can also invest in other players by arranging Kyereuk’s striker, who is rarely meeting expectations. According to soccer statistics media “Transfermarkt,” Hishalisson is valued at 40 million euros.