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I am Sick and Tired – Player thanks God after securing Tottenham exit in January.

Alejo Véliz of Tottenham Hotspur signed a loan agreement with Sevilla on the day of the winter transfer window, although he had to wait until the weekend to make his debut for the Spanish team.


In the 86th minute of the La Liga team’s 0-0 tie with Valencia at Mestalla, the striker entered the game off the bench.

El Desmarque has the Tottenham player’s encouraging fitness update following the match. The 20-year-old had to miss two club games due to a knee ailment before playing against Valencia.

of concerns of the injuries, he stated, “To be honest, I feel great.” I knew it stung a little when I got there, but I made it through rather nicely. After three or four days, I fully merged with the team, having already trained on the field.

Under Ange Postecoglou, the Argentine U20 international did not see much playing time after moving from Rosario Central to Tottenham last summer. He only played for Spurs for 42 minutes out of eight games.

Véliz disclosed earlier this month that he was given the chance to sign with Sevilla before to moving to Tottenham.

The South American is happy to have made his Sevilla debut and hopes to continue playing frequently through the end of the current campaign.

“I knew as soon as I landed in Seville that this was what I had been hoping for and desiring.” Thank God, I got to wear this gorgeous shirt for the first time today,” Velliz said.

The Tottenham player has the support of Sevilla manager Quique Sánchez Flores to excel for the La Liga team.

“I think he’s going to give us a lot. He comes from a club in Argentina where they are pure fire, and he has a lot of hunger and force. We’ll put a lot of trust in him,” Flores continued.

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