Arnaut Danjuma sends a departing message to Tottenham Hotspur fans
Taking to his Twitter, on-loan Spurs forward Arnaut Danjuma sent out a message to the Tottenham fans thanking them for their support during this period.
The Dutch winger, who arrived at Spurs from Villarreal in January, found himself limited in terms of playing time, making just nine appearances and accumulating a mere 163 minutes on the pitch in the Premier League.
As the season came to a close with a resounding 4-1 victory over Leeds United, marking Lucas Moura’s final appearance for the club, Arnaut Danjuma found himself on the sidelines once again. It must be frustrating for the talented forward.
To Spurs fans,— Arnaut Danjuma (@Danjuma) May 29, 2023
It is very difficult to sum up the season we've all had in words. Many highs and lows, yet I tried to give my all, anytime, at any moment for you all. pic.twitter.com/nQojSutd41
However, he took to social media to convey his emotions, acknowledging the frustration he felt during the past few months but also professing his willingness to make the same decision to join Tottenham if given the chance to turn back time.
In a heartfelt Twitter post, the 26-year-old expressed his appreciation for the fans and their unwavering support
“To Spurs fans, It is very difficult to sum up the season we’ve all had in words. Many highs and lows, yet I tried to give my all, anytime, at any moment for you all”
He acknowledged the frustration he felt over his lack of playing time but left no doubt about his dedication to the club and its supporters. Danjuma’s commitment to giving his all whenever he stepped onto the pitch is commendable, and his positive attitude and grace in the face of limited opportunities deserve recognition.
The Dutch winger also expressed gratitude for the warm welcome he received from the club, players, and staff. He acknowledged the heartwarming pleasure of being embraced by the Tottenham community, emphasizing that his time at the club would forever hold a special place in his heart and mind.
Danjuma remained committed and gave 100% whenever called upon. He deserves credit for the grace with which he conducted himself throughout his time at the N17. To be fair to him, he did deserve a few more opportunities.
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While his time on the pitch may have been limited, his impact off the field will not be forgotten. Let’s see if there is any chance for a reunion in the future.