The latest Ekings News reports that Steven Bergwijn is ready to consider leaving the Tottenham Hotspur team this summer.

Tottenham Hotspur winger Steven Bergwijn admits he is unlikely to feature in the starting XI under Antonio Conte and is willing to leave. This summer, Bergwijn has made 22 Premier League appearances for Spurs this season, but only four have come from the starting XI, including 511 minutes of playing time in which he is a player. The shortest time spent playing remains at the club, with the exception of young defender Joe Rodon, with Dele Alli playing more before leaving the team in January.

Antonio Conte sent Bergwijn into eight minutes in the 3-1 win over Leicester on Sunday. Which is playing longer than the total number of games that have been played this season. by a reporter asked him Want a chance to be listed in the Spurs line-up? Bergwijn said: “Here? I really don’t think so. The offensive game panel works well. But I don’t play much, so moving to Ajax or returning to the Netherlands is an option for me. The World Cup is coming; Louis van Gaal, the national team coach, took me to the team last time. Although I haven’t played much. Then you come back to the club, and you hardly play. It’s a shame for sure. This summer we really have to look for a solution. We will see the best for both sides.”

Meanwhile, Antonio Conte was asked about Bergwijn’s situation after the Leicester game, and he confessed that Bergwijn deserved more games than he did. “It’s quite difficult to keep him on the bench. Because Steven, he deserves more. But we must always try to maintain a good balance,” Conte said.

“He’s a striker. It’s an amazing forward. But in this position, there are Harry Kane and Son Heung Min, and Dejan Kulusevski gives us quality and quantity. And sometimes it’s really hard. Of course, sometimes I give Steven less than anyone else. He deserves more chances. And I want to be honest, Lucas Moura played well for 50 minutes, and we have to continue like this. and prepare for an important game.”

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