Tottenham and Olympique Lyonnais agree Lo Celso loan terms

One of the outgoing rumors has taken hold as Tottenham and Olympique Lyonnais have agreed on the terms of Giovani Lo Celso’s loan deal.

The deal isn’t official yet, but the writing is on the wall and Lo Celso should be on his way to the French side. Valencia are still doing their best to change Tottenham’s mind but the deal with Lyon, in principle, is practically done, according to Fabrizio Romano.

There are still important details to iron out and we all know what happens when a deal is announced prematurely.

Lo Celso is one of several players set to be sent out on loan, with Tanguy Ndombele, Bryan Gil and Dele Alli also set to, at least temporarily, leave Hotspur Way.

Many of Tottenham’s potential inbound transfers relied on offloading the aforementioned names to make room for the new arrivals. But he is the first of Tottenham’s senior players to be loaned out, just three days before the deadline, giving Fabio Paratici almost no time to bring in reinforcements.

Although Spurs are working tirelessly to acquire Juventus attacking midfielder Dejan Kulusevski on loan with an option to buy. Apparently, Tottenham are ready to pay around €40m, although Juventus haven’t agreed. So here we go again.

Lo Celso has struggled to find prominence at Spurs since joining in 2019. He has been plagued by injuries and inconsistencies and has never come close to reaching the heights expected of him.

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