Spanish golf equipment need Giovani Lo Celso, however he needs to stay at Tottenham Hotspur
According to Sky Sports journalist and transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Giovani Lo Celso is wanted by Spanish clubs.
However, the Argentine is happy at the club in north London and doesn’t want to leave anytime soon.
The 24-year-old joined Real Betis’ Spurs in the summer of 2019 until the end of the season and signed for good just six months later.
Lo Celso has a contract that runs until the summer of 2025, but the former Paris Saint-Germain midfielder is clearly attracting candidates due to his good and impressive performance under head coach Jose Mourinho.
You have no chance of landing him right now, however, and this will be music to the ears of Tottenham fans.
“Important Spanish clubs are asking about Lo Celso,” Romano said on the “Here we go” podcast.
“They convince him because he played so well with Betis in Spain.
“And they want to bring him back to La Liga but the player is so happy right now at Tottenham and there is no reason for him to leave this summer.”
Injuries have limited Lo Celso to just 16 games for Spurs in the Premier League and Europa League this season, and the team has not done well in his absence.
The midfielder started the season with a muscle injury late last season and suffered a serious hamstring injury against Leicester City in mid-December.
Tottenham could call on Lo Celso’s services given current Premier League fighting and Mourinho hopes he can be back sooner rather than later.
While the midfielder clearly loves his time at Spurs, things could change if the club don’t qualify for Europe next season.
Turning down applicants offering Champions League or Europa League football could prove difficult, and a return to Spain could be very tempting in the meantime.
Lo Celso scored 14 goals in his only season with Betis and assisted five more in La Liga and Europa League. However, constant injuries have prevented him from repeating this form in Spurs colors.
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