Giovani Lo Celso’s impact at Tottenham has been a pleasant surprise. After some uneventful last-ditch cameos under Mauricio Pochettino, José Mourinho afforded the Argentine greater latitude and the results have frequently been sensational.
The Ligue 1 and Coupe de France winner has played 19 Premier League games, 4 domestic cup ties, and 5 Champions League games under Mourinho so far.
Be it the rejuvenation of Tanguy NDombele or the introduction of fresh meat in the next transfer window, it’s vital that Lo Celso is allowed to be the fulcrum of Spurs’ midfield. Talent like this does not cross one’s path very often.