Former Tottenham Hotspur winger Erik Lamela has revealed that he is happy at Sevilla
In conversation with Spanish outlet AS (h/t Football.london), Former Tottenham Hotspur player Erik Lamela revealed that he is ‘in the best moment’ after joining Sevilla FC in the summer
The Argentine footballer has had a mixed spell at Tottenham Hotspur where he scored some spectacular goals for the Lilywhites but would suffer at times due to his temper and inconsistency. The 29-year-old winger played 257 matches for the North London club across all competitions in which he scored 37 goals and provided 47 assists.
The former Spurs player has made an impressive start for his new La Liga club where he has scored 3 goals and provided 2 assists across 9 games in all competitions so far. The Argentinian left Tottenham in the summer but his time at the club was filled with several ups and downs.
The 29attacking midfielder spoke about his arrival at Sevilla and the joy that he has experienced in his early days with the Spanish club:
“I feel in the best moment of maturity. All these years have served me as an experience to grow as a player and a person. I am at a time when I feel in this place, and I am excited. I am happy to be here and to take advantage to play football.”
Nuno Espirito Santo has inherited a squad that seems to be in a transitory phase as the Portuguese coach is trying to imprint his system and get the right balance of players. The former Wolves manager would hope for a lot more consistency if they are to challenge for any trophies this season as the club have had a turbulent start to life in the Premier League this season.
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They returned to winning ways in their last PL fixture against Aston Villa and would be hoping to continue the same form throughout the campaign. Bryan Gil, the man who went the other way in the deal involving Lamela, would be hoping to get more minutes and do better than his Argentine predecessor did down the flanks at N17.