Britain’s ‘Football London’ reported on the 30th (Korean time) that ‘manager Enze Postecoglou could make a big change to the side against Chelsea’.
Brennan Johnson, the 22-year-old ‘new engine’, could return to the starting eleven.
Johnson joined Spurs from Nottingham Forest on the final day of last summer’s transfer window. The transfer fee was £47.5 million.
He made his Tottenham debut on May 16 against Sheffield United in the fifth round of the 2023-2024 English Premier League (EPL) season.
He made his first start in the North London derby against Arsenal in round six.
However, Johnson went down in the second half with a hamstring (back thigh muscle) injury. In the first half, Son Heung-min provided several crucial chances but failed to score his debut goal.
He returned in the ninth round against Fulham after the October A-match break. He scored his first offensive point against Crystal Palace in Round 10.
Johnson took the field in the 21st minute of the second half in place of Hischalisson, and just two minutes after coming on, he assisted Son Heung-min’s winner off a pass from James Maddison. 카지노사이트가이드
“I wanted to play with Son,” Johnson said after his move to Tottenham. He went from “wishing for Son” to helping.
After the game against Crystal Palace, manager Enze Postecoglou said: “Johnson was excellent. We had to be patient with a few variables.
I haven’t really seen him play or train consistently, but he’s been working hard in the last few weeks.”
If Johnson does start, it could see the ‘£60 million man’ drop to the bench, as he did against Arsenal. Of course, he could also make room for Dejan Kulusebski.
Hyshalisson has one goal and three assists this season, while Kulusebski has two.
Postecoglou is having fun with the rookies. The likes of Mickey van der Penn and Destiny Udoji have been the lifeblood of Spurs. Johnson’s arrival was also part of the plan.
Son Heung-min gave credit to the Welshman after his eighth goal.
Tottenham will look to extend their unbeaten run to 11 games when they welcome Chelsea to town on Nov. 7 at 5 a.m.