After emerging “out of hell,” the player is favored for a Tottenham comeback; Postecoglou “likes him.”

Bryan Gil, a young player for Tottenham, has emerged “from hell” following his return from “a five-month absence” during the victory over Crystal Palace.

According to AS, who are covering the player today, “Spain celebrates” the winger’s comeback following a protracted injury layoff.

They talk about Gil’s one-minute cameo in Friday’s 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace, which marked his first game for Tottenham this year.

The young player, who had been in “agony” due to injuries following a loan spell at Sevilla last season, had his lengthy layoff ended with that.

He and Tottenham decided in the summer for him to have surgery on his pubic bone, and that was his final game, a Europa League victory over Roma.

He missed five months of play as a result of it, but he is back, and Tottenham, Spain, and he are all celebrating.

It is unclear what role he will play going ahead for Spurs, but according to AS, manager Ange Postecoglou “likes him” and turned down a new loan offer in the summer.

That would imply that he has a strategy for the player, which is supported by the fact that his face demonstrates how to “wait patiently” to utilize the player and not push him back.

Gil, it is thought, won’t be a “superfluous” member of the club by any means and will contribute to a “resurgent” Tottenham team that is presently leading the Premier League.

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