Earlier today, we blanketed a number of claims split between Norway and Belgium that Tottenham have been involved in signing Antonio Nusa.
It was made clear that Spurs had made contact to signal the Club Brugge starlet, however no bid had been made to date.
However, there was an expectation this ought to occur sooner instead than later, with the trust the young forward ought to then be loaned again to the Belgian aspect by Tottenham to finish the season; a go that Øyvind Alsaker, speaking on VG, approves of.
Firstly, though, he did point out that transferring from Bruges to London to a membership like the Premier League one should be tough at first.
He said: “Tottenham is a quantum soar from Club Brugge. At the same time, it’s comprehensible given the way he entered the scene, each for Brugge and mainly for the countrywide team. It’s uncommon to see a younger boy come in for a national team and have such an impact.”
Alsaker then added now would be the best time to pass to Tottenham, particularly considering that the arrival of Ange Postecoglou seems to have balanced a ship that had been misplaced at sea for a few years.
He continued: “Tottenham is a very nice area to go. There’s a high-quality ecosystem there now, with a notable supervisor who loves tempo up pinnacle and players with an X-factor. There’s a exceptional ‘go’ at that membership and a true time to come in. It hasn’t continually been like that.”
Since the begin of the season, Nusa has made 26 appearances for Brugge, scored three goals and assisted another three, but has located himself coming off the bench possibly a bit extra than he would have wanted.