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Thursday, 8 August 2019

Spurs: Giovani Lo Celso loan deal screws PSG, BBC say Paulo Dybala deal ‘close’ but Bruno Fernandes isn’t happening

Tottenham: Giovani Lo Celso loan deal to screw PSG

After months of rumours, Tottenham should finally confirm the signing of Giovani Lo Ceslo from Real Betis today.

However, while many are claiming that Spurs will sign Lo Celso in a permanent deal, that may not be the case.

BBC reporter David Ornstein – arguably the most reliable journalist in England – has written the following on the Spurs-Lo Celso deal:

Spurs’ proposed signing of Real Betis and Argentina midfielder Giovani lo Celso is likely to be on loan with an obligation to buy.

The implication of a loan deal could be crucial; and bad news for PSG.

One of the sticking points regarding the Lo Celso transfer has been the fact that PSG are entitled to 20% of the fee.

Why? Because PSG carved out that sell-on fee when they sold Lo Celso to Betis.

Yet, in the event that Lo Celso joins Tottenham on loan, PSG will not receive any windfall from that deal.

How Spurs may structure the Giovani Lo Celso transfer

Gianluigi Longari, a reporter for Sport Italia, has also claimed that Lo Celso will join Spurs initially on a loan deal.

It’s claimed Spurs will pay Betis 15 million euros for the loan deal.

Moreover, Tottenham will agree an option to buy Lo Celso for 40 million euros.

Impact on Paulo Dybala & Bruno Fernandes

The structure of the Lo Celso deal could significantly impact Tottenham’s pursuit for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala and Sporting CP midfielder Bruno Fernandes.

Put simply, by avoiding a large outlay on the Betis star, Spurs have more cash available for the possible Dybala and/or Fernandes deals.

According to the BBC’s David Ornstein, “Tottenham close to reaching agreement to sign Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.”

However, while the Dybala deal could happen, the BBC believe that Spurs will not sign Bruno Fernandes.

Also see: Tottenham: Giovani Lo Celso & Ryan Sessegnon deals agreed but Paulo Dybala transfer is ‘difficult’.

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