SON transfer announcement, Klinsmann said, “I’m sorry for Tottenham, but someone has to win the Cup.”

Jürgen Klinsmann, head coach of the Korean national soccer team, comforted Tottenham Hotspur, where he once worked.

British media ‘Team Talk’ reported on the 9th (Korean time), ‘Tottenham legend Klinsmann said he was really sorry for causing serious damage to his old team in January.’

This is because Tottenham captain and ace Son Heung-min should be recruited to the Asian Cup national team. Team talk expressed concern, saying, “Tottenham is already having a season disrupted by several injuries. In January, there is a high possibility of a nightmare due to the national team call-up.”

Recently, Tottenham is not in a good mood. Until the 10th round, Tottenham had eight wins and two draws to lead the league, but since then it has had one draw and four losses in five games. It has fallen to the 5th place.

There are also many injured players. It is no exaggeration to say that Son Heung-min, Dejan Kluzewski and Brennan Johnson are the only players in the offense. If Son Heung-min is absent from this team, it is at a loss as to how to form a three-top.

In January, the African Cup of Nations will be held in addition to the Asian Cup. Yves Bissouma (Malley) and Papé Sarr (Senegal), who are key players in Tottenham’s midfield, will also leave the battlefield. For Tottenham, January is like hell.

However, the national team can’t even look at Tottenham’s position. 카지노사이트 순위

According to Team Talk, Klinsmann told ESPN, “I’m really sorry, but someone has to win the Asian Cup. Unfortunately, the tournament begins in early January. If I go to the final, I’ll be away from Tottenham for more than five weeks.”

“The same goes for other players in Europe. They will also play for the Asian Cup,” he said, pointing out that Tottenham is not the only one who suffers losses.

Meanwhile, Son is feared to suffer injury after the match against West Ham on Saturday. It is uncertain whether he will play in the match against Newcastle United on Sunday.

Klinsmann played for many clubs including Stuttgart, Inter Milan and Bayern Munich during his career, where he also stayed for two seasons at Tottenham. He wore a Tottenham uniform on loan from 1994 to 1995 and from 1997 to 1998.

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