Giovani Lo Celso has admitted he will have to wait until the summer to see what his future at Tottenham holds. 

The 25-year-old joined Spurs from Real Betis for a total fee of around £42 million (Evening Standard), but has struggled for consistency for the majority of his stint in North London. 

He was part of a January deadline day loan exodus alongside Tanguy Ndombele and Bryan Gil and secured a move to Villarreal until the end of the season.

Lo Celso has started each of the Yellow Submarine’s last five games in La Liga and was a key part of club’s victory over Juventus in the Champions League last 16 knockout tie (Transfermarkt). 

Interviewed about his time with Villarreal so far, the Argentina international was quizzed about his future intentions, to which he explained that he is unsure about what the summer holds.

Lo Celso told Marca: “I try to enjoy the day to day. Each training session, each match.

“Later, football and life will tell what is happening. I don’t know what’s going to happen. But I do know that I’m working one hundred per cent, that I’m going to give my best.

“We’ll see what happens in the summer.”

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The transfer for Lo Celso hasn’t worked out for Spurs so far and it judging by his comments, we may not see him return to the club. 

Granted he is doing well with Villarreal currently, so that could be a potential future destination for him permanently if they take a liking to him. 

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