Tottenham goal Atalanta wing-back Joakim Maehle to resolve their issues on the left flank with the Dane seen as an ideal match for Antonio Conte’s favoured system
- Antonio Conte has struggled to discover a left wing-back that fits his enjoying type
- Sergio Reguilon has had a number of accidents and Ryan Sessegnon has lacked type
- Tottenham may goal Atalanta’s Maehle to resolve the difficulty this summer time
- Maehle was a part of the Denmark group overwhelmed by England in Euro 2020 semi-final
Tottenham are Danish Euro 2020 semi-finalist Joakim Maehle from Atalanta to resolve Antonio Conte’s drawback at left wing-back.
Maehle, considered the most effective attacking defenders on this planet, has scored 9 instances in 25 appearances for his nation and is seen as superb for Conte’s 3-4-3 system.
No one has been in a position to nail down a daily place on the left for Tottenham this season with Sergio Reguilon struggling accidents and Ryan Sessegnon inconsistent. At one level, the right-sided Matt Doherty needed to change flanks.
Tottenham are trying on the Denmark and Atalanta left wing-back Joakim Maehle
With Tottenham’s Italian director of soccer Fabio Paratici already efficiently raiding Serie A for Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur in January, he’s set to return there for Maehle.
The 24-year-old twice performed in opposition to Manchester United within the Champions League this season and final summer time was praised for an help in opposition to Czech Republic with the surface of his boot that arrange a semi-final conflict with England.
Maehle, 24, (left), in motion for Atalanta throughout a Serie A sport with AC Milan again in October
In the meantime, Fulham’s Fabio Carvalho is already planning to journey to Merseyside forward of a £7million transfer to Liverpool that will probably be formally introduced later this month or early in June.
The 19-year-old is following within the footsteps of Harvey Elliot from Craven Cottage to Anfield, having simply helped Marco Silva’s group win promotion again to the Premier League.