Jose Mourinho concedes he doesn’t know whether Gedson Fernandes will stay at Tottenham one month from now.
The Portugal Under-21 worldwide is over part of the way through a 18-month credit from Benfica, yet has played only 63 minutes this season and still can’t seem to highlight in the Premier League.
He was likewise precluded from Spurs’ Europa League crew, which Mourinho admits has made a “tragic” circumstance.
“On the off chance that he stays at the club from January, I can’t respond to you,” Mourinho said. “I really accept that we need to regard the player and Benfica.
“The player since he merits all our regard and Benfica on the grounds that as an amicable club merits our regard. So what they choose is crucial and what they choose will win.
“The circumstance is dismal in light of the fact that he was out of the Europa League list and by being out of that rundown diminished promptly an opportunity of nine matches that we previously played in the Europa League, where we had five replacements where we turned the players a great deal and we can bring to the seat 12 players.
“To be out of these nine matches I accept that breaks certainty levels and even elements and schedules and was terrible for him.
“Aside from that, at that point you go to the Premier League where he can play, yet by having in the Premier League just as of not long ago six people on the seat and the guardian I believe it’s typical you go for players with more daily practice and match wellness.
“So these a half year become outrageously awful for us and for him and on top of it he’s a child, it’s unbelievable what I will say, however since he showed up he didn’t miss one single moment of one instructional meeting so even in low degrees of satisfaction or inspiration he’s figuring out how to be an awesome expert.
“So ideally better days will come for him and they will come without a doubt, with us or without us, yet better days will come without a doubt.”