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Tottenham confirms EPL 25-man squad list, including Son Heung-min, Lloris and Dier
A team has been set to play the English Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur. In addition to Son Heung-min, surplus resources Hugo Lloris and Eric Dyer were also included in the list.
Tottenham announced a 25-member team to join the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2023/24 season on the club's official website on the 14th. The squad consisted of 17 non - home groin players and 8 home groin players.
There is a regulation that EPL players must include eight homegrown players. A homegrown player means a player who has played for a club belonging to the English Football Association (FA) or Welsh Football Association for more than three years before the age of 21. Failure to fill all home groggy players will reduce the number of non-home groggy players that can be put in the team.
The non - home groglow roster includes Rodrigo Bentancourt, Yves Bijama, Dyer, Emerson Royal, Brian Hill, Pierre - Emil Hoybier and Dejan Koulusevsky. Lloris, Giovanni Lo Celso, Ivan Perišić, Pedro Porpo, Hishalisong and Christian Romero were also named. The names of Manor Solomon, Son Heung-min, Mickey van der Ben, and Gulielmo Vicario were also seen.
Home Groove players were Brandon Austin, Ben Davies, Fraser Foster, Brennan Johnson, James Madison, Ryan Sessegnon, Oliver Skip, and Alfie Whiteman. Tottenham succeeded in filling all eight home grouse players.
What should be noted on this list is that Hugo Lloris was included in the non-home grouse player. A native of OGC Nice, France, he is not considered a home groin. Originally, Lloris was likely to transfer this summer. According to global sports media The Athletic, Lloris conveyed his intention to leave the club for a new challenge after the end of the 2022/23 season.
Lloris was linked to Italy's Serie A Lazio and Saudi Arabia's professional league during the summer transfer window. His former team Nice also showed interest in his return. Contrary to expectations, Lloris' transfer did not take place. Tottenham was unable to play as a starting player because it had recruited Italian Guglielmo Vicario as Lloris' successor.
Eric Dyer, the target of release, was also on the non-home grouse list. Dyer is from England but did not qualify as a homebody because he grew up with Sporting Lisbon youth teams. Dyer, once a utility player that England paid attention to, is now reduced to a headache for the team. Last season, Dyer was blamed for the collapse of the defense due to frequent mistakes.
Currently, Dyer has been completely excluded from the idea of new coach Enje Postecoglou. He was excluded from the list for four consecutive EPL games and failed to sit on the bench in the second round of the Carabao Cup, where non-mainstream players mainly played. Dyer, who was classified as a target for sale, was mentioned as the next destination in the summer, but remained on the team.
With Lloris remaining in Tottenham, Tottenham will be with the two at least in the first half. However, it is not known whether both players will receive enough opportunities. It remains to be seen how the two players' positions will change next winter.
Thursday, September 14, 2023