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Eric Dier and Pedro Porro react as they are saddened by Tottenham Hotspur news overnight

After Davinson Sanchez announced his resignation from Tottenham Hotspur via Instagram on Wednesday night, Eric Dier and Pedro Porro responded.

Davinson Sanchez left the company after six years of service and joined Galatasaray, a Turkish powerhouse.

The 27-year-old has been out of favor at Tottenham for some time due to his declining performances, so his departure is not entirely unexpected.

Daniel Levy has succeeded in getting rid of two undesirable talents this week, with Tanguy Ndombele joining Sanchez in Turkey. After failing to get rid of certain unwanted stars on transfer deadline day, such as Eric Dier, Yves Bissouma responded to the midfielder’s departure.

Despite this, Sanchez wrote on Instagram after leaving Spurs: “I will always have a place in my heart for you, @Spursofficial.”

The words “My crack” and a sad face emoji were written in the comments area by Pedro Porro and Dier, respectively. El Patron, or “The Boss,” was added by Dier.

Sanchez’s message to Tottenham fans

“Six years at this place I called home,” Sanchez wrote. “I appreciate everything. You hold a special place in my heart, @Spursofficial.

Sanchez should have left years ago

Even for Sanchez’s own benefit, this long-awaited departure was one that ought to have taken place years ago.

He was never going to succeed, as was demonstrated by the fact that he was jeered by his own supporters last season.

Sanchez entered the club with a lot of promise after being acquired by Mauricio Pochettino from Ajax, but he simply struggled with the defensive aspect of the game and how quickly the game plays in England.

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Even for Sanchez’s own benefit, this long-awaited departure was one that ought to have taken place years ago.

He was never going to succeed, as was demonstrated by the fact that he was jeered by his own supporters last season.

Sanchez entered the club with a lot of promise after being acquired by Mauricio Pochettino from Ajax, but he simply struggled with the defensive aspect of the game and how quickly the game plays in England.

Additionally, the £17 million man has a fantastic mindset. He is driven, hungry, and eager to keep getting better.

‘Solid addition’

Vicario might now make his international debut now that the international break is approaching.

He will play for Italy against North Macedonia and Ukraine in the Euro 2024 qualifying round.

The Spurs goalkeeper was mentioned in a Whoscored piece regarding players who might make their debuts for their countries during the current break.

While Gianluigi Donnarumma appears to be the Azzurri’s top choice for years to come, Luciano Spalletti’s appointment as Italy manager last month gives those vying for a regular spot for the reigning European champions the opportunity to force their way into the reckoning.

Among those hoping to receive his first senior cap is Guglielmo Vicario. With a save success rate of 84.2%, the 26-year-old has shown to be a strong acquisition for a Tottenham team that has 10 points after its first four games. Only Alisson (90%) has earned better.

Vicario has performed well at Tottenham thus far despite the fact that it is still early in the season.

Gianluigi Buffon, a former Italy goalkeeper, said Vicario was performing “extraordinary” feats for the team last year. Let’s hope he can continue playing for the defending Euro 2020 champions and Spurs.

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