There was a lot of hype, but it didn’t pan out. Injuries plagued Lo Celso, and he was limited to two goals and three assists in 37 games in 2019-20, five goals and one assist in 28 games in 2020-21, and one goal and two assists in 19 games (first half) in 2021-22.
As an attacking midfielder, he was a terrible point of attack.
This led to a loan move to Villarreal for the second half of the 2021-22 season and the 2022-23 season.
He returned to Tottenham ahead of this season, but there was still no place for him.
This was due to the arrival of Maddison from Leicester City.
What’s more, he’s been performing so well that there’s been no room for him.
In his 11 appearances so far, Maddison has scored three goals and provided five assists.
With Tottenham not even competing in Europe, there’s no need to rotate him.
That’s why we’d like to see them make a bid for Lo Celso in the January transfer window.
According to Football Insider, they”ll accept around 24.5 billion.