Alejo Veliz sends interesting ‘four-word’ message to Tottenham Hotspur fans from training today.

Alejo Veliz, a summer transfer from Rosario Central to Tottenham Hotspur, is settling in to his new surroundings.


Argentina’s 19-year-old player was an enigma when he first came at Tottenham; Tim Vickery, a South American football expert, provided some background information on the youngster.

And thus, on Thursday, Alejo Veliz shared the following message with Spurs supporters via his Instagram story: “Now, yeah. Let’s go,” was added when the youngster was still in training and next to players like Rodrigo Bentancur.

The young South American celebrity entered the building as Harry Kane was moving toward the departure door.

Although he is not the club’s all-time leading scorer, he is among a group of players who will be held to a higher standard to fill the gap left by the new Bayern Munich superstar.

The way Ange Postecoglou handles him and whether or not he throws him into the deep end will be interesting to watch, but it’s encouraging to see the rising star practicing with his new team.

Tottenham continues to score goals.

Who is going to score the goals? was one of the first questions hurled at the squad after Kane left Spurs.

Forget about the lack of goals; it appears that they are now scoring more goals with Kane gone.

Last time out, Son Heung-min scored three goals, summer signing James Maddison accepted credit, and now Veliz and Brennan Johnson want to join the celebration.


According to the most recent information, Spanish creative Bryan Gil of Tottenham is expected to miss “late October or early November” of playtime.

The Evening Standard reports that Gil had surgery for his groin problem, which will keep him sidelined for a lengthier time.

Since Gil has been hurt since the Australian’s arrival, he has not yet had a chance to impress Ange Postecoglou.

Alasdair Gold, though, has said that his adaptability, talent, and playing style would ‘fit beautifully’ into the way Ange wants his team to play.

Gold explained to Football London:

Gil is capable of playing either flank. I find it fascinating to watch to see whether he can influence Postecoglou’s views.

Although there is fierce competition for those wide positions right now, the small Spaniard will fit right in with how the Australian wants his team to play. It all depends on whether he receives the minutes to demonstrate it, though.

Since moving from Sevilla to Tottenham Hotspur in 2021, Bryan Gil’s experience there has been uneven.

The gifted attacker came to the club with high expectations, but under the former boss Antonio Conte, he was not given enough chances to succeed, which prevented him from making much of an impression.

Gil reiterated his wish to remain at Tottenham and contend for a spot in the team this summer despite the transfer rumors that surfaced in the summer.

Before the game against Sheffield United, the report provides an update on further players.

Lo Celso is a question mark for the game and is predicted to return on September 30.

Following his knock against Ecuador, Cristian Romero started for Spurs against Bolivia, but it turned out to be merely a knock. On the weekend, he is anticipated to begin.

Long-term ailments keep Ryan Sessegnon and Rodrigo Bentancur out of action.

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