Reporter Kang Dong-hoon = Tottenham Hotspur defender Jed Spence (22) eventually leaves for a loan transfer. It was a choice made when he could not get a chance to participate, such as being thoroughly shunned by manager Antonio Conte (53, Italy) after newly joining last summer.
Reporter Fabrizio Romano, an expert in the European football transfer market, said on social media on the 31st (Korean time), “Spence has received many transfer offers, but he has decided to join Stade Rennes.” We have signed a lease agreement. There is no provision for a full transfer option,” he said.
It was a ‘established fact’ that Spence would leave during the transfer market this winter. This is because he, wearing a Tottenham uniform ahead of this season, was completely pushed out of the main competition and had extremely few appearances. He only appeared in 6 actual official matches, and even then, the total playing time was only 41 minutes. 스포츠토토
In particular, coach Conte completely turned away from Spence, showing that he was not the recruit he wanted, but that he was brought in at the club level. Recently, as news came one after another that he strongly wanted to bring Pedro Poro (23, Sporting) to the same position, his position was further narrowed.
In the end, Spence looked for a loan transfer when he was completely excluded from Conte’s idea and was not given an opportunity in the midst of his growth. He was initially predicted to move to the English Football League (EFL) Championship, but he broke expectations and chose Stade Rennes. More ‘merit’, such as the opportunity to compete in the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa League (UEL)
If Spence wears a Stade Rennes uniform, it will be the first overseas expansion of his career. At the same time, he will take on a new challenge on the French stage. Until just before that, he had only played on the English stage, including Fulham, Middlesbrough, Nottingham Forest and Tottenham.