Micky Hazard, a former Tottenham Hotspur player, predicted that Destiny Udogie would become “the best left-back we’ve ever had” at Spurs.
The “superb” 20-year-old was lauded by the Lilywhites legend after Tottenham won the Premier League title on Saturday.
With six points and two ties after eight games, Spurs defeated Luton 1-0 to move atop the table.
With his first goal for Tottenham since joining the club in the summer, Micky van de Ven gave the game’s first goal in the 52nd minute.
After James Maddison, a fellow summer signing, cut the ball back from a short corner, the Dutchman pushed the ball home.
Udogie, meanwhile, put on another strong performance, passing the ball efficiently, distributing it well, and also doing well defensively.
In response to a fan on X, Hazard expressed his admiration for the Italian and his belief that the player might become a star for Spurs.
Numerous football experts, like Fabrizio Romano, predicted Udogie’s success when Tottenham signed him.
He stayed put at Udinese last season in accordance with the conditions of the contract, but now we’re finally getting to see how brilliant he is.
I hope Hazard is correct and Udogie can continue to shine for Tottenham. Clearly, it’s still early, but who knows?
He handled Mohamed Salah and Bukayo Saka effectively in recent weeks, proving that he is capable. Additionally, his career is just getting started, therefore the potential is enormous.
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Ange Postecoglou is doing a fantastic job leading Tottenham Hotspur, and Micky van de Ven has been one of the team’s top players this year.
In the summer transfer window, Micky van de Ven moved from VfL Wolfsburg to Tottenham Hotspur.
Success for Micky van de Ven at Tottenham Hotspur
Sky Sports reports that Tottenham initially paid German club Wolfsburg £34.5 million in transfer fees for Van de Ven.
The Premier League can be difficult for some players to adjust to, but the 22-year-old central defender has adapted to English football like a duck to water.
Van de Ven has established himself as a consistent member of Tottenham’s starting lineup.
James Maddison praises Tottenham Hotspur teammate Micky van de Ven
And the Dutch defender scored on Saturday against Luton Town.
Van de Ven has greatly pleased James Maddison, as you can see in the video down below of the Tottenham and England attacking midfielder praising him.
On Saturday afternoon in the Premier League, Tottenham defeated Luton Town 2-1 away from home.
Yves Bissouma of Spurs was dismissed late in the first half.
The only goal of the game was scored by Van de Ven in the 52nd minute.
Following a quick corner cutback from James Maddison, the Dutchman tucked in his first goal for Spurs.
Van de Ven also played excellent defense.
The 22-year-old was solid at the defense in the first half and resisted giving in to Luton attackers’ pressure in the second.