Cristian Romero is undoubtedly enjoying his time at Tottenham with head coach Ange Postecoglou at the moment.
The World Cup-winning defender has been a pillar of the squad and has played a major role in Spurs’ incredible season-opening start.
Romero has been a huge success since being signed as a free agent by Antonio Conte. Victor Osimhen claimed that this week alone has been his hardest against anyone.
Romero also stated in an interview with Sky Sports that Daniel Levy is driving some of the changes that the entire team is going through at the moment.
Romero makes Daniel Levy claim about Tottenham
Romero talked about winning something for Spurs and complimented his manager Ange Postecoglou in an interview with Sky Sports.
Additionally, he discussed the top-down adjustments with Levy during the interview.
“This is how I see it. It goes without saying that the squad’s 26–30 players and the coaching staff are not the only factors in winning. It is not solely dependent upon this. Romero stated that “building an institution that looks to win things like this depends on a lot of aspects that are around.”
“Because it would be quite significant to accomplish something, since many players will have played here in the future. If you don’t, I won’t like it if you were just another player who represented the team.
“I always think Ange would be a great coach for the team because of it. The squad is strong, the chairman is making significant changes, and we’re working toward it. There are still many games in the Premier League, which is really tough. Talking about winning something right now would be immature. We treat every game as a final and approach it accordingly.
Spurs have one of the best around
Raising eyebrows was undoubtedly evident when Tottenham spent more than £50 million to get Romero.
However, he suddenly appears to be a great value and is among the top defenders in the Premier League right now.
Romero’s competitive spirit and tenacity appear to inspire the other players on this Spurs team. However, he is now supporting it with performances as well, and he no longer appears to be as much of a burden as he was under Conte.
The remarks regarding Levy are also fascinating. It’s obvious that Spurs are going through a significant culture change, and Levy seems to have made the right choice in hiring his most recent manager.