SON transfer announcement, Klinsmann said, “I’m sorry for Tottenham, but someone has to win the Cup.”

South Korea’s national soccer team coach Jurgen Klinsmann comforted Tottenham Hotspur, where he once worked.

British media “Team Talk” reported on the 9th (Korea time), “Tottenham legend Klinsmann said he was really sorry for causing serious damage to his former team in January.”

This is because Tottenham captain and ace Son Heung-min have to be sent to the Asian Cup national team. Team Talk said, “Tottenham has already been disrupted by several injuries. There is a high possibility that a nightmare will come in January due to the national team’s call-up.”

Tottenham is not in a good mood lately. It had eight wins and two ties leading through the 10th round, but has lost five games, one tie and four. It fell to the fifth place.

Many are injured. It is no exaggeration to say that the only players in the offense team who are fine are Son Heung-min, Dejan Kluszewski and Brennan Johnson. If Son is omitted from the team, it is difficult to decide what to form the three-top team.

In January, the African Cup of Nations will also be held in addition to the Asian Cup. Even Ives Bissouma (Malley) and Pape Sarr (Senegal), two of Tottenham’s key midfielders, will leave the battlefield. For Tottenham, the upcoming January will be like hell. However, the national team will not allow Tottenham’s position.

According to Team Talk, Klinsmann said in an interview with ESPN, “I’m really sorry, but someone has to win the Asian Cup. Unfortunately, the tournament begins in early January. If you go to the finals, you’ll be away from Tottenham for more than five weeks.”

“The same goes for other players playing in Europe. They will play for the Asian Cup as well,” he said, pointing out that Tottenham is not the only one to lose money. 에볼루션 바카라사이트

Meanwhile, Son is concerned about his injury after the game against West Ham on Saturday. It is uncertain whether he will play in the match against Newcastle United scheduled on Sunday.

Klinsmann played for Stuttgart, Inter Milan, Bayern Munich, and other clubs, but he also spent two seasons with Tottenham. He played for Tottenham on loan from 1994 to 1995 and 1997 to 1998.

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