By Paul Robinson

14th Dec, 2022 | 6:00am

Tottenham expected to agree Bryan Gil move after source's update today - expert

Paul Robinson has tipped Bryan Gil to exit Tottenham on loan in the January transfer window.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the ex-Spurs and England number one said “it would be best for all parties” if the 21-year-old got regular game time between now and the end of the season.

Antonio Conte has used Gil sparingly in the 2022-23 campaign thus far.

The winger has featured exclusively as a substitute, with four of his six appearances coming in the Champions League.

Sources have told Football Insider that Gil will be allowed to leave Spurs on loan in January if a replacement is signed.

When asked by Football Insider for his reaction to the latest, Robinson said: “I think that would be best for all parties.

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“He looks too slight to be playing in the Premier League right now so I can see that happening.

“He got a little bit of game time when [Dejan] Kulusevski was injured but now he’s back it makes sense for Gil to go out and get regular game time.

“You have to remember that he is still a young player. Another loan move would not be bad for him at this stage.

“He’s too good to be playing with the under-21s but he’s not quite ready to be a regular for the first team. That’s what a loan spell in Spain is probably a good idea.”

In other news, a source has revealed Tottenham are plotting to sign Wilfried Zaha after multiple offers submitted.