‘Prospect’ Spence finally gets a chance…Ren loan ‘medical completion’
Jed Spence, who has not been given a chance since joining Tottenham Hotspur this season, will eventually leave on loan.
Reporter Fabricio Romano, who is familiar with the European football transfer market, said on his social media on the 31st (Korean time), “Spence completed a medical test before leaving for Rennes, where a contract is currently being signed. The lease deal does not include transfer clauses or purchase options. was not included.”
Despite being a young player born in 2000, Spence made a good impression in the second division. He went on loan to Nottingham Forest for the 2021–22 season, helping the team to promotion to the First Division. He is a player who shows his strengths in the offensive part based on his fast speed.
Last season, Tottenham, who had deep concerns about a right-back, recruited Spence. Coach Conte continued to search for a high-quality player to use as a right wing-back, and found a gem in the second division.
However, I have not been given the opportunity to participate as much as I expected. After joining Tottenham in the summer transfer market, he has only played 4 games, and in terms of time, 41 minutes are all. He was unable to make an impact, mostly as a substitute to gain last minute minutes in the second half.토토사이트
Spence was not given a chance even when rivals for the same position, Emerson Royal and Matt Doherty, were sluggish. Here, through the winter transfer window, it seemed that there was no longer a place for Spence as he recruited Pedro Poro from Sporting Lisbon. Now Spence knew that the only chance he had was on loan.
Loan offers from several clubs. Even within the English Premier League (EPL), he negotiated with West Ham United, Southampton, Crystal Palace, Leverkusen and Stade Rennes in other leagues.
Spence’s choice was Ren. Rennes is a French Ligue 1 team and is currently in 5th place with 37 points (11 wins, 4 draws, 5 losses). It is a team that competes at the top of the league, and it is judged that it will be helpful for his career.
There is no outright transfer option within the lease agreement. Tottenham are considering Spence as a long-term resource.