Tottenham Hotspur has Argentinian prospect Alejo Bellis (20).

Tottenham said on the club’s website on the 9th (Korean time), “We are delighted to announce that we have signed a contract with Bellis, who played for Rosario Central. The center forward has agreed to a contract with the club until 2029 and will receive the number 36 shirt.” announced that.토토사이트

“Bellis, from Goedeken, Argentina, joined the Rosario under-20 (U-20) team and debuted on the professional stage in July 2021. He scored 19 goals in 62 appearances in all competitions. Bellis represents Argentina He added, “I scored three goals in nine matches, including participating in the FIFA U-20 World Cup and the U-20 South American Football Championship earlier this year.”

Bellis is a striker born in 2003 and is a rising talent in Argentina. Growing up at the Rosario Academy, he started to make his name known by scoring six goals in 26 league games last season, and scored 11 goals in 23 league games this season.

A few Serie A teams, including AC Milan and AS Roma, were also interested in him, but Tottenham moved quickly. According to European soccer transfer market expert Fabricio Romano, the transfer fee is 15 million euros (approximately 21.7 billion won) with a bonus clause. Bellis is also known to have only wanted to join Tottenham.

Bellis is also active as a main striker in the Argentina national team by age group. Bellis also led the team to the round of 16 at the U-20 World Cup in May, scoring three goals in four matches.

‘God of football’ Lionel Messi also highly appreciated Bellis’ potential. The Argentinian national team senior said in a past interview, “When I see Bellis play, I think of Luis Suárez. I’m really excited for Argentina’s future and I hope I can influence and talk to people like Bellis.”

Bellis, like Suárez, is a central attacker who has both power and speed, and is a typical number 9 striker. He has the strength of his 187 cm tall height, ball keeping ability, and off-the-ball movement. However, as a right-footed player, the fact that he struggles to use his left foot is picked as a drawback.

Bellis is expected to remain at Tottenham and occupy a spot instead of gaining experience on loan. England’s ‘Football London’ explained, “Rosario has requested a re-loan, but Bellis will remain at Tottenham this season and try to join coach Engie Postecoglu’s squad. He will add a new striker option to the team.”

Meanwhile, Tottenham also officially recruited central defender Mickey Van the Ben (22) four hours before announcing the joining of Bellis. With this, Tottenham added six new faces to the squad this summer. Previously, Guglielmo Vicario, Manor Solomon, James Madison and Ashley Phillips wore new Tottenham kits.

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