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Tottenham’s Erik Lamela and teammate Davidson Sanchez spend their football off-season holiday together.

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Tottenham duo of Erik Lamela and Davidson Sanchez have been spotted together, spending their offseason vacation on an island on a boat cruise. The pair who are close friends at Tottenham decided to spend time with family and friends as they shared pictures/videos on their social media having fun.

Davidson Sanchez was a club-record signing for a fee thought to be around 42 million from Ajax after just a season in the Netherland club with 32 appearances and 6 goals.

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Sanchez has become a key player in the club since arriving, playing over 80 games with 1 goal to his name, the same can not be said of his friend who has had a turbulent time at the club.

The Argentian Erick Lamela, 28, has always been in and out of the London club squad, he endured a difficult start to life after he was signed from Roma in 2013/14 making a total of 17 appearances, his playing time improved in the following season playing a significant role in the club’s Premier League season scoring two goals and seven assists in 2014/15.

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Lamela had his best scoring season in the 2015/16 season to date when he scored five league goals and nine assists. He was also prolific in the Europa League group stage for the club scoring his first professional hattrick in one of the fixtures.


Unfortunately, injury to his hip, which required an operation, forced him off the squad for more than a year and only got back in November 2017. He still managed two goals and four assists in league with 25 appearances. He signed a new contract in 2018 for another four years, playing 19 league games and scoring four goals with two assists, 2019/20 season saw a drop in his contribution with two goals and three assists from 25 appearances. Despite an injury-ravaged time at the club Erik still has a somewhat decent record with 33 goals and 45 assists in over 200 games.


Rumors the South American could be sold to raise funds to buy players to improve the squad; hopefully, he gets the chance to prove himself to Mourinho, with Le Celso featuring regularly with more consistency.