Premier League and Saudi Arabia are currently seeking an ex-spurs player.

Premier League and Saudi Arabia are currently seeking an ex-spurs player.
Premier League and Saudi Arabia are currently seeking an ex-spurs player.

Steven Bergwijn of Tottenham Hotspur may make a comeback to the Premier League or reunite with former Spurs manager Nuno Espirito Santo in Saudi Arabia.

Ajax’s terrible start to the new season isn’t stopping big interest in former Spurs winger Steven Bergwijn.

According to Fabrizio Romano, there are Premier League clubs that are interested in signing Bergwijn.

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Former Tottenham wide player Steven Bergwijn may play in the Premier League again.

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According to Fabrizio Romano, Saudi Arabian clubs are now considering Bergwijn seriously for the January transfer window.

Al Ittihad has now knocked on the door to try and sign Bergwijn, according to a Sunday report from NOS in the Netherlands.

Nuno Espirito Santo, who coached Bergwijn at Tottenham back in 2021, is the manager of Al Ittihad.

Although a reunion might be in the works, Bergwijn might also choose to go back to the Premier League.

Although none of the teams are mentioned,claims that Premier League teams are “considering” moves for Bergwijn.

Bergwijn might be moving again Bergwijn, who joined Spurs from PSV Eindhoven in January 2020, seemed like an exciting addition.

Despite having only eight goals and ten assists in 83 games, he made the decision to leave Tottenham in 2022 after an incredible start against Manchester City could not be repeated.

Some people still believe Bergwijn could have had a role in North London, even after Tottenham sold him to Ajax for £26.4 million.

While leading a brutal Ajax team, Bergwijn scored five goals in eight league games this season and 16 goals the previous season.

For a gifted player like Bergwijn, leaving for Saudi Arabia at age 26 would be unfortunate, but moving there might be more appealing than going back to the Premier League.

Bergwijn would be making yet another transfer, so Tottenham won’t exactly feel that their decision to sell him was a mistake.



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