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Tottenham target Arnaut Danjuma has already told Antonio Conte why he’s perfect for the coaching job


Ottenham target Arnaut Danjuma has already explained why he is the perfect signing for manager Antonio Conte.

Spurs are closing in on a loan deal for the Villarreal winger, having successfully deflected Everton’s own offer despite the player agreeing to terms and undergoing a medical on Saturday.

Danjuma is now set to become Tottenham’s first January signing on Wednesday as Conte looks to strengthen his squad ahead of the return of Champions League football and a tough race to finish fourth.

The 25-year-old played in the Premier League with Bournemouth and told The Athletic last month of his desire to return.

He said, “You always have to say yes. You cannot close the door to the Premier League. The competitiveness of the country, the way the fans are, the way football has been embedded here in popular culture – the Premier League is a different experience.

“At the right time, at the right time in my career, you always have to be open to that.”

Danjuma is extremely hardworking and has a deep desire to win, as he revealed to The Guardian last year, which is a requirement when on a Conte team.

“To be the best you have to aim for more, and there’s so much I still want to achieve,” he said.

On his relationship with his managers, he added: “Every manager has his own way of coaching the team and you have to respect that as a player. But talking to a manager can really help. What is the strategy, how do you want to know that I play in certain situations, where do you think my qualities stand out the most? I really want to know everything about the game.

Danjuma has previously played in the Premier League with Bournemouth.

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“There are so many aspects of my game that I’ve improved. A lot of people watching the game will say, ‘He’s got that ability, he’s got that ability, he’s scoring goals.’ But they don’t see the work in training: the movement I do, the videos I watch.

“I work with the striker’s coach daily. He sends me snippets of every training session. I look at my movement, the way I run, how I throw the ball. I look at my form, where I stand in the After game, we go through it and see there are a lot of things I can do better.”

He concluded: “I just want to look back on my career and feel like I’ve done the best I can. There’s only one way to do that and that’s to make sure I get the most out of it. of every day. At the end of my career, I will see where I am.”

It looks like Spurs are signing a player built to succeed under Conte as the team embarks on a difficult final four months of the season.

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