Tottenham midfielder Giovani Lo Celso is not keen on coming back to the club as per journalist Matt Law.
The Argentine was deemed surplus to requirements by former Spurs manager Antonio Conte and spent the last 18 months on loan at Villarreal, where he made a significant impact.
With the appointment of new manager Ange Postecoglou, Lo Celso might have a chance to impress and secure a place in the Tottenham squad.
However, Law believes the midfielder is not keen on a return and has his heart set on leaving this summer.
He also expects Tottenham to get good money for him after his impressive loan spell at Villarreal.
Speaking to Last Word On Spurs, Law stated:
“I think Lo Celso will go and I think he’s had a good loan so they will get some decent money back on Lo Celso, so that makes sense.”
“I don’t think they see him really doing anything at Spurs and from what I am told he doesn’t really want to come back to Spurs. I think the ship has sailed.”
Lo Celso’s former coach, Unai Emery, who is currently at Aston Villa, is reportedly interested in reuniting with the midfielder.
Argentinian journalist Gaston Edul previously reported that Aston Villa are in talks with the player and could potentially make an offer for him.
A move to Aston Villa could provide Lo Celso with an opportunity to revive his career in England under Emery’s guidance.
The midfielder had already impressed the Spanish coach during his loan spell at Villarreal.
It’s unlikely that he will stick around at Spurs anymore despite the new managerial appointment.