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Rodrigo Bentancur

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Born: 25 June 1997 (Nueva Helvecia, Uruguay)

Rodrigo Bentancur

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Rodrigo Bentancur joined us from Juventus in January, 2022, signing a contract until 2026.

Rodrigo made a huge impact in the second half of the 2021/22 campaign, making 18 appearances and starting 16 of our final 17 matches as we secured fourth place in the Premier League and a return to the UEFA Champions League. A box-to-box ball winner with an eye for a pass, Rodrigo partnered Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg in our final 13 league matches, winning nine.

Born in Nueva Helvecia, Uruguay, Rodrigo came through the ranks at Boca Juniors, making his senior debut for them in 2015 and subsequently winning two Primera División titles and a Copa Argentina during his time at the club.

He moved to Juventus in 2017 where he continued to achieve success, winning three consecutive Serie A titles between 2018 and 2020, in addition to lifting the Supercoppa Italiana twice and the Coppa Italia twice, in 2017/18 and again in 2020/21.

He featured regularly in Serie A and the UEFA Champions League throughout his time with I Bianconeri, playing against us in the latter competition during the 2017/18 season.

On the international stage, Rodrigo has represented Uruguay since 2017. Part of the young side that won the Under-20 South American Championship in 2017, he made his senior international debut later that year and has subsequently represented his country at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, in addition to the 2019 and 2021 instalments of the Copa America.

At the end of 2021/22, he had 48 caps to his name, scoring his first senior goal for Uruguay against Venezuela in World Cup qualifying just a day after completing his move to Spurs.

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