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Even two Arsenal players are big fans of one Tottenham Hotspur star

Following James Maddison’s most recent social media post, Declan Rice and Aaron Ramsdale of Arsenal showered the Tottenham player with appreciation.

Since moving to Tottenham in the summer, Maddison has elevated his play to a new level, making him one of the Premier League’s standout performers this season.

After earning his fifth cap for the Three Lions in their 1-0 victory over Australia at Wembley last week, the offensive midfielder, who had been a fixture in earlier England selections, is now beginning to appear more frequently in the starting eleven.

In England’s 3-1 victory over Italy on Tuesday, the Spurs star was relegated to the sidelines as Gareth Southgate started Jude Bellingham as the most forward midfielder. This helped England secure its spot in next summer’s European Championship.

North London rivalries go out the window

With the title “October camp,” Maddison posted a series of images of himself with his international teammates. Rice and Ramsdale both commented, “My brother mann!” and “Ledge,” respectively.

Bellingham responded to the Spurs player’s post by saying, “What a human.”

 

It is clear that the current England squad is extremely tight and they genuinely enjoy each other’s company, which was evidently not the case for the golden generation.

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Richarlison, a striker for Tottenham Hotspur, has received harsh criticism for his performances this year.

Since leaving Everton for a sizable sum of money, the 26-year-old has struggled to live up to the expectations.

Last season, the striker only managed to score three goals in all competitions, but he has already scored twice this year.

When Harry Kane left to join Bayern Munich earlier this summer, it was anticipated that he would step up and fill the vacuum left by him.

The Brazilian has disappointed with his performances, and it is evident that things have not gone as planned.

Ange Postecoglou is not convinced by the Brazilian international, and Tottenham may soon try to get rid of Richarlison, according to ESPN expert Craig Burley.

“I believe that this team will gradually change during the course of the international break. They were trying to get rid of one or two stories in particular, Richarlison. Postecoglou, in my opinion, is not at all persuaded by him. Brennan Johnson has been hired, and Heung-Min Son is eligible to play there. Both moving players out and bringing players in will be attempted. Richarlison is obviously a bit of a bull in a china shop in the Premier League, according to Burley, who appeared on ESPN.

It will be intriguing to see if the Brazilian can regain his previous level of performance. He is obviously having a hard time right now with his lack of form and confidence.

He has previously demonstrated his talent in the Premier League with Everton, so he must soon restore his composure.

Spurs are currently unduly reliant on Son Heung-min for goals, but they will want more assistance in the attack.

If Richarlison doesn’t improve, they should consider spending money on a reliable goal scorer.

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