According to a report from Football London, Arnaut Danjuma has found his place at Tottenham Hotspur and is considering the prospect of making his loan move permanent this summer.
The forward, however, would require certain assurances before committing his long-term future to Spurs. Danjuma’s time at Tottenham has been quite tumultuous, initially seen as a great acquisition when he was snatched from Everton during the January transfer window. Unfortunately, he had limited opportunities under Antonio Conte and struggled to secure a consistent spot in the starting lineup. Despite this, he has managed to feature in Tottenham’s last eight Premier League matches.
Some may have anticipated that his tenure at Tottenham would come to an end in the summer, but it appears there is a chance for Danjuma to remain with the squad next season. Football London reports that Danjuma is open to the idea of permanently joining Tottenham. He has settled comfortably in North London and would be willing to stay if given assurances regarding playing time.
Currently, the likelihood of such assurances seems uncertain. However, with a new manager expected at Spurs next year, many things could change within the team. The frontrunner for the Tottenham managerial position is rumored to be Arne Slot, a suggestion that may seem simplistic but could increase the chances of Danjuma staying, given their shared nationality.
The outcome may also hinge on Villarreal’s valuation of Danjuma. Nonetheless, if their next manager appreciates the talents of the exceptional 26-year-old, Tottenham would be wise to explore the possibility of securing his services permanently.