Jed Spence appears to want to prove himself at Tottenham Hotspur.

Transfer market expert Fabricio Romano said on his SNS on the 8th (Korean time), “Spence decided to rent Stade Rennes because he was confident in his future at Tottenham and could get enough playing time in France. Full transfer option “I didn’t want Spence, let alone the club.”

Spence, a promising player born in 2000, stood out on the stage of the English Championship (Part 2) last season. Leaving his original team Middlesbrough and living on loan at Nottingham Forest, he scored two goals and four assists in 42 league games. At this time, Nottingham succeeded in promotion to the English Premier League (EPL). 온라인카지노

Tottenham showed interest in this. The right wing-back position has been a problem for Tottenham over the past few years. As Spence joined, the positions of Emerson Royal and Matt Doherty were expected to change. However, after the start of this season, Emerson was still the main starter, and Doherty came out as a backup. Spence didn’t even get a chance.

Spence has played 4 league games so far, but has not been selected. Nor did he receive many opportunities in cup competitions. He could not even step on the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) stage at all, and only made 3 substitute appearances in the League Cup and FA Cup. Eventually, the possibility of leaving during the January transfer window leaked out.

Tottenham strengthened their right wingback position by signing Pedro Poro from Sporting Lisbon. And he ended his contract with Doherty. For the rest of the season, Poro and Emerson will form a competitive structure, and in the case of Spence, since he is still young, he planned to send him on loan to gain experience.

Eventually, Spence left Tottenham on loan to Rennes. There is no full transfer option. He has already made his debut. Spence started in the 22nd round of the French Ligue 1 between Rennes and Lille on the 5th. His impressive debut match was well received by fans. Spence plans to prove himself again at Tottenham after steadily playing for Rennes and gaining experience.

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