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Tottenham set asking price for 28-year-old utility man

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Tottenham Hotspur are prepared to sell the Argentine midfielder Giovani Lo Celso at the end of the season. 

The future of the Argentine attacking midfielder has been uncertain for a while now. He is no longer an important part of Tottenham’s first team and with his contract running out, he has been linked with a move away from the club.

Real Betis are dreaming about re-signing Lo Celso in the upcoming transfer window and according to a report from Diario de Sevilla via SportWitness, Spurs want between €10 to €15 million to let the Argentine international leave the club. Lo Celso would be a quality addition for them. He can operate as a winger, an attacking midfielder as well as an advanced central midfielder. He will add goals and creativity to the side.

Tottenham signed him from Betis back in 2019 with a lot of expectations. They forked out a significant fee to have him in their squad but unfortunately, the move hasn’t worked out. Lo Celso has failed to establish himself in their first team and is currently surplus to requirements at the North London club.

While Ange Postecoglou did involve him in 24 matches last season, he was on the pitch for less than 600 minutes. The player is frustrated by the lack of minutes and wants a move away from the club. With his contract running out in a year, this might be Spurs’ last chance to cash in on him.

Betis are keen on bringing him back to the club as they feel he could help bolster their midfield. But, before they make a move for the 28-year-old, the Spanish club want to sell Nabil Fekir. His departure will raise funds which will help them sign Lo Celso.

Tottenham are demanding between €10m and €15m to let Lo Celso leave. However, Betis are willing to play the waiting game in the hope that Spurs will lower the asking price, given he has just a year left on his contract.

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