Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harry Winks
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harry Winks (25) has been put on the transfer list.
The British Football Insider reported on the 2nd that manager Nunu Espirito Santu informed Winks that he could leave.
Earlier, Fabio Paratichi, the new sports director, also put Winks on the release list, categorizing the first-team squad.
Winks is a “sexual goal” who joined Tottenham Academy at the age of five.
He steadily went through the England age-specific national team, receiving attention as the best talent at Tottenham Youth Academy, and made his debut as an adult national team in 2017.
Under Mauricio Pochettino’s confidence, Winks has increased his playing time in the first division since the 2016-17 season and has become a starting pitcher with the number 8 in the 2018-19 season.
However, with Pierre Emile Hoivier newly joining the 2020-21 season under coach Jose Mourinho, Winks was pushed back. Tottenham fans also turned their backs on irregular playing times and dropped performances.
Winks is strongly connected to Everton, who is the new head coach Rafael Benitez. The possibility of a surprise transfer to Manchester United has also been raised locally. Premier League teams competing in European competitions are attractive to Winks’ home ground qualifications.
“Winks are fast and young,” said Darren Bent, a former England striker. “It will be a good sign for Everton.”
Sky Sports reporter Michael Bridge analyzed, “Tottenham fans think Winks needs a new challenge, and I agree, but he wants to stay.”
Tottenham are accelerating the reorganization of the team with the director of Paratich. So far, three first-team players have left the team, including Eric Lamela (Sevilla-Spain), Toby Alderweirald (Al Duheil-Qatar) and Joe Hart (Celtic-Scotland).