‘Miracle Champions Final’ Moura’s regretful farewell, Conte stuck in the Belgian national team

 Lucas Moura, who shared a ‘dark ground friendship’ with Son Heung-min, eventually leaves Tottenham.

Britain’s ‘Telegraph’ reported on the 11th (local time) that ‘Tottenham decided not to exercise an option to extend the contract with Moura. Reportedly, Moura will part ways with Tottenham after this season. Moura joined Tottenham in January 2018.

When he was coached by Mauricio Pochettino and Jose Mourinho, he boasted a ‘golden breath’ with Son Heung-min and Harry Kane. In the 2018-2019 season, he and Son Heung-min led the miracle of advancing to the European Champions League final. Last season, Son Heung-min took a decisive period to become the top scorer. There are many Moura fans in Korea as well.

However, Moura was reduced to a candidate during Antonio Conte’s managerial career. After being pushed by Dejan Kulusevski, his position has declined further as Richarlison has nested this season.

To make matters worse, he came to a tendon injury and is still out of power. Moura has appeared in 11 games this season, his only two starts. Tottenham has no choice but to choose the option of parting.

Conte is looking to sign Leandro Trosar to replace Moura. Trosar’s contract with Brighton expires at the end of this season. His value is recognized to such an extent that Chelsea and Arsenal are also keeping an eye on him. 스포츠토토

Belgian national team Torosar participated in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. He made his professional debut with Genk in Belgium in 2012 and moved to Brighton in 2019. Trosar, who is in his fourth season in the EPL, has scored 25 goals in 116 appearances. Trosar is an all-weather striker who can play both in the center and on the flanks.

Meanwhile, Moura received a love call from Aston Villa in the transfer market last summer. The Brazilian native is also considering returning to Sao Paulo.

“I’ve always said I want to go back to São Paulo. It’s a club I love, but I’ve never set a deadline. I want to spend at least 10 years in Europe. I want to play at a high level.” Moura, who played for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), is spending his 11th season in Europe.

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