Wales national team defender Neko Williams, who plays for Nottingham Forest in the English Premier League (EPL), spoke with a sincere voice when talking about fellow national team striker Brennan Johnson (Tottenham). Johnson shared a meal with Williams in Nottingham until recently, but on the 1st, the deadline day of the transfer market, he gave Nottingham a transfer fee of 45 million pounds (75 billion won) and wore a Tottenham uniform. 바카라사이트닷컴
This season, Tottenham has lost its front line weight with the departure of Harry Kane (Bayern Munich). Brazil national team player Richarlison took on Kane’s top-line role in the first three games of the English Premier League (EPL), but performed poorly. Rather, Son Heung-min proved to be a solid replacement by leading the team to a 5-2 victory by scoring a hat trick in the 4th round away game against Burnley held on the 2nd before being called up to the national team.
Tottenham even transfused Johnson to eliminate uncertainty in the offensive line. He plays as a side striker at Nottingham, but is a resource that can play all offensive positions, including attacking midfielder and up front. He proved his competitiveness by scoring 8 goals in 38 EPL games last season, and with his birth date of 2001, he still has room to improve.
According to the British Independent, Williams said about Johnson at a press conference on the 11th (Korean time), a day before the Euro 2024 qualifying match against Latvia, “Many fans can say that, so Johnson is not Gareth Bale or Harry Kane.” He has his own style. “He would not want to be compared to (Bale and Kane) or be considered their replacement,” he emphasized.
“Johnson has the potential to reach the highest level,” he said. He is also only 22 years old. “He is very young,” he said. “He has proven it in the EPL, and now he will have to prove it again in the top six teams (big six).”
The two appeared in the first game of the September international match (0-0 draw) against Korea on the 8th. “I hope Johnson has a winning performance in the Wales camp,” Williams said, adding he feels even more confident with his national team and hopes for success at Tottenham.