Arnaut Danjuma open to Tottenham Hotspur stay if regular game time on the table
On-loan Tottenham Hotspur star Arnaut Danjuma is open to staying at the North London side next season if he is provided regular game time, according to football.london.
Spurs signed the Holland international on loan in the previous transfer window from Villarreal. Since then, the forward has not been handed many opportunities in the Lilywhites’ starting lineup.
However, the 26-year-old has settled in well at Tottenham over the last few months. If Spurs can guarantee a comprehensive role in the team next season, he will consider extending his stint at the club.
Danjuma previously had a stint in the Premier League at Bournemouth. After thriving in the Championship with the Cherries, Villarreal came knocking to acquire his services in the summer of 2021.
The Holland international enjoyed a fruitful debut campaign at the La Liga outfit. In the Champions League, the Yellow Submarines made it to the semi-finals.
At the start of the 2022/23 season, the 26-year-old struggled with injuries and did not play much at Villarreal. However, things have not changed for the striker at Tottenham.
Danjuma has mostly made cameo appearances off the bench for Spurs over the last few months. The Holland international has started in just one fixture in the English top flight for the North London side.
Tottenham have a host of talent in the attack. The Lilywhites can call upon the likes of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Richarlison and Dejan Kulusevski up front. Therefore, it is understandable that the Villarreal loanee has not had many chances to prove himself.
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In the games Danjuma has featured in, he has not done enough. Thus, will Spurs opt to get a hold of the Dutch national’s signature in the coming weeks? Only time will tell.