Harry Winks (27), who left Tottenham for a loan transfer to Sampdoria, revealed his current situation.

British media ‘The Boot Room’ cited Winks’ interview on the 18th (Korean time), citing a report by British media ‘The Times’.

Asked if he has kept in touch with the Tottenham people, Winks said: “Specifically, no.”

“Both me and the club knew it was time to part,” he said. “The situation was clear. I told the club I wanted to play regularly. I wasn’t happy sitting on the bench and not getting playing time.”

He added, “Even if I played a good game, I couldn’t play the next game. It was really difficult to play my best football that way.”

“I had no ill feelings. I told the club, ‘I want to play regularly.’ I spent several years at Tottenham, but I wanted to regain my confidence and stamina. I needed that to show my qualities.”

“I wanted to play for a team that wanted me, respected me and committed to me. The past few years have been difficult at Tottenham. I wanted to feel wanted and appreciated, but I didn’t feel that way.”

Winks, who came to the adult stage in 2014 from Tottenham youth, has grown greatly with the trust of coach Mauricio Pochettino. 바카라사이트

However, from the 2020-21 season, the position was rapidly at stake, and this did not change much even after manager Antonio Conte took over. In the second half of the season, there was no place to stand, such as keeping the bench in many games.

It wasn’t long before Conte’s plan was also excluded. He has an uncertain future, missing the pre-season tour roster along with Tanguy Ndombele, Sergio Reguilon and Giovanni Lo Celso. In the end, he had to leave for Sampdoria on loan without joining Tottenham.

However, after the transfer, Winks could not add strength. After joining the team, he complained of ankle pain and was unable to participate in training normally, and was on the operating table. He played his first game for Sampdoria last month.

Meanwhile, Winks and Tottenham’s accompaniment is not expected to continue. According to reports, even if manager Conte leaves, it is unlikely that Tottenham will return Winks.

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