Giovani Lo Celso wants to end his stay with Spurs early.
The Argentine was signed on loan for the season by compatriot Mauricio Pochettino, but has become frustrated by his lack of game time in North London, with his appearances confined largely to cameos from bench, with just one Premier League start to his name so far.
And with Pochettino now gone, his chances at White Hart Lane appear even slimmer, with new manager reported not be a fan of the 23 year old.
When signed there were high hopes for Lo Celso, who provided 16 goals and five assists for Real Betis last season. However, he was injured early in his spell with Tottenham, and then had trouble forcing his way back into the side.
Now he wants to find another club in search of regular first-team football, as he does not want to jeopardise his chances of playing for his country in the Copa America next year.
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