Newcastle now need a winger who Tim Sherwood thinks would begin forward of David Ginola


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According to 90Min, Newcastle United are apparently interested by Steven Bergwijn from Tottenham Hotspur.

Bergwijn has had a tumultuous couple of years within the Premier League. He’s had moments of absolute brilliance, notably towards Manchester City on his debut and towards Manchester United after lockdown, however sadly, he’s not been in a position to cement himself as a starter within the Tottenham squad.

However, that isn’t to say that Bergwijn isn’t a improbable participant, and one man who’s seemingly an enormous fan of the Dutchman is Tim Sherwood.

Indeed, Sherwood has been very complimentary of Bergwijn previously, stating that he would even begin forward of David Ginola.

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What’s Sherwood mentioned about Bergwijn?

The pundit had loads of good issues to say about Bergwijn on Soccer Saturday final season.

“They [former legends] wouldn’t play in this Tottenham side. They would not play, as good as they are. Legends of the club. Ginola wouldn’t do the running back what Bergwijn’s doing. He wouldn’t do that, although he was a brilliant player,” Sherwood mentioned.

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Glimpses of brilliance

It’s arduous to match Bergwijn to a real nice like Ginola, however we’ve got seen a couple of glimpses of brilliance that counsel that he has the expertise to be pretty much as good as somebody like Ginola.

Unfortunately, it hasn’t fairly occurred for him at Spurs. He’s struggled to get into the crew at occasions, however when he’s on it, he borders on unplayable.

At his greatest, he’s a pacy, difficult and hard-working winger, however at Spurs, his probabilities have been restricted.

Bergwijn can be a star participant for Newcastle if he had been to move to St James’ Park, and maybe he can unlock his full potential beneath Eddie Howe.

Could Bergwijn change into a Newcastle cult hero like Ginola? Sherwood’s previous feedback appear to counsel so.

29 Oct 1996: David Ginola in motion through the UEFA cup second leg tie between Newcastle United and Ferenvarcos at St.James” Park in Newcastle. Mandatory Credit: Ben Radford/Allsport

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