Lucas Moura (31, Brazil), who played his last home game wearing a Tottenham uniform, cried hotly while hugging Son Heung-min, who was competing in good faith. And he left a thank you message through his social media.토토사이트
On the morning of the 21st (hereinafter Korean time) right after the 37th round home game against Brentford (Tottenham 1-3 loss), Moura posted on her Twitter, “I can’t believe it’s time to say goodbye.” Hanji is hard to explain. I am so grateful to the Spurs family. May God bless everyone. I will always love you,’ he wrote. He also attached a picture of himself greeting a fan who was clapping his hands towards him, shedding tears as if thrilled.
Tottenham announced two days ago that they would part ways with Moura, whose contract expires at the end of the season.
After joining Tottenham from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in January 2018, he played as the main attacking agent with Son Heung-min and Harry Kane for more than five years. In particular, in the 2018-2019 season, he recorded a hat-trick against Ajax in the semi-final second leg of the European Football Federation Champions League, dramatically putting Tottenham in the final and writing the ‘Miracle of Amsterdam’.
Recently, there have been few opportunities to start because of Dejan Klusevski and others. Eventually, he left the team at the end of this season, and immediately after the last home game against Brentford, he hugged Son Heung-min and shed tears, drawing attention.
In an interview with domestic reporters, including Sports Seoul, right after the game, Son Heung-min said, “I have been playing together. He was a bright, sincere friend. He was a positive person who brought so much to me. He’s a fellow player, and he’s grateful to train and play and compete with such a person. Breakups are common in football. have to send I hope there will be an opportunity to support and watch the future.”
There are several reports about Moura’s destination. It is known that a number of clubs from Saudi Arabia, the United States and Italy have approached.