Date: 17th June 2019 at 8:48pm
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Giovani Lo Celso’s name has been touted heavily over the past few weeks in regards to a potential move to Tottenham Hotspur, however, fans on Twitter were not impressed with what they saw from him with his performance for Argentina on Saturday night.

The BBC claimed last month that we made a bid of around €60million (£53m) for the playmaker, but that was flat out rejected by Real Betis as they want an offer closer to their €100m (£88m) release clause.

However, going by the 90 minutes he put in on the pitch in their opening Copa America group match with Colombia, many Spurs fans found it extremely hard to be able to justify spending that amount on him.

In truth, Lo Celso was not the only poor footballer on the pitch as Argentina were hardly at the races, but he did not appear to have any influence on the game and really struggled to get to grips with it.

Many of us will be expecting to see a lot more from him on Wednesday night when they take on Paraguay in their next group game as spending a fortune on him will undoubtedly be a huge risk and something the club needs to be sure about.

Taking to Twitter following his performance against Colombia, plenty of the fans questioned if the 23-year-old was worth the amount of money being asked for him, whilst others were simply not impressed with what they saw over the 90 minutes. Here are some of their reactions…

 
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3 Replies to “‘Disasterclass’ – These Tottenham fans were ‘not that impressed’ with player ‘clearly not worth £70m’”

  • Typical fan garbage of wet judges everyone on their international performances messi would not be messi trippier and dier would be worth 100 mil each. This is just insanity 3 days ago these same fans were screaming at levy to throw caution to the wind and spend any fee to bring ndoumbele and lo celso in. This is why fans should be fans and leave the football decisions to football people

  • Maybe Lo Celso plays well for his club team and doesn’t overdo pointless injury-causing, form deteriorating, career limiting, international tournaments solely staged to fill the coffers of the FAs.
    That would be a treat.
    If Kane had felt that way; we (and he) might have had a far better year.

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