Eric Dyer’s move to Dortmund has been rumored.
Germany’s ‘Pusvall’ said, “It is known that Dyer has received several offers from Bayern Munich over the past few days. In addition to Munich, Dyer is also discussing with Dortmund.”토토사이트
Dier has recently been pushed out of the competition for the starting position in Tottenham Hotspur. Until last season, Dyer, who was unconditionally a starting player in Tottenham regardless of the team’s manager, has not been able to take his place since the command tower was replaced by manager Ange Postecoglu this season. Postecoglu trusts Christian Romero and Mickey van der Venn instead of Dier, and Dier is off the roster and is not even on the bench.
This is why rumors of Dyer’s transfer appear. ‘Pusval’ said, “Munich is looking for a replacement for Benjamin Pavard, who is about to move to Inter Milan, and the potential candidate is Dier. Dier has received many offers over the past few days.” was considered as a candidate for recruitment.
Then, citing a report by Kabe Sol Hekol of the British ‘Sky Sports’, “Dier can play not only as a central defender, but also as a right-back and defensive midfielder. Currently, Dyer has a contract with Tottenham until the end of the season, but he will play for Tottenham. “He’s out of play, and besides Munich, Dortmund are considering Dier as a signing option. Dier’s whereabouts will be resolved before September 1st.”
As the media explains, Dyer is a resource that can play a variety of positions. Dier, who has shown versatility in the past, has played not only as a center back but also as a defensive midfielder because he possesses high-level long passing skills.
However, Dyer’s current performance is close to the worst. Until last season, Dyer was cited as the culprit of Tottenham’s defensive problems. Despite being a centre-back, his lack of composure and unstable build-up were considered as Dyer’s shortcomings. Because of this, Dyer has never played a game since the start of this season, and since he has not played a game since the preseason, it is highly likely that he has lost his sense of practice.
Dyer had a choice. Fulham have shown interest in Dier after seeing him fall out of the competition for the starting spot in Tottenham. However, Dyer said he would not choose to transfer, and even if he left, it is known that he intends to leave after spending the remaining year with the team until becoming a free agent (FA) next summer.
Dyer also believes that if he waits and prepares, his prime will come. Britain’s ‘Football London’ reported on Dyer’s interview, “He believes he is still in his prime, and he has said on social media that he is not seeing any criticism directed at him.”
“I intend to be at Tottenham, controlling the things I control. I am 29 years old and I truly believe that the best times are coming. I am not just saying this, I know they will come,” Dyer said.
As a basis, the case of Jan Vertonghen and Moussa Dembele, who played together at Tottenham in the past, was presented. Dyer said: “From what I’ve seen from the players I’ve played with over the years, my good friends Vertonghen and Dembele were in their prime in their early 30s. The time I played with them at Tottenham was the best moment of their careers. “Like Vertonghen and Dembele, he said that the best of times would come for him.
“I know my best days are coming and I’m looking forward to them. I love being under Postecoglu. It’s a different style, but learning a different style of football is fun both physically and mentally.”
It was interpreted as meaning that he would remain at Tottenham. Charlie Eccleshare, who works for England’s ‘The Athletic’ and works as a reporter for Tottenham, said, “Dyer’s contract expires next summer, and Tottenham are trying to make a profit by selling Dyer this summer. However, Dyer will be a free agent next summer. He wants to leave the team.”
“Director Postecoglu has so far not included Dier on the roster, and Dier has three options: leave now, go on loan until the end of the season, or stay with the team and compete for the starting lineup. Dier can leave on loan, but it is unlikely that he will transfer completely. From Tottenham’s point of view, sending Dier on loan means that he will be released as a free agent next summer.”