Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Giovani Lo Celso’s arrival at White Hart Lane has caused great excitement.
Tottenham Hotspur fans are already excited about Giovani Lo Celso’s arrival, after seeing him in training.
Spurs posted a training video of Lo Celso, and the Argentine playmaker showed some very nice touches.
Lo Celso looked to be in sharp form, after joining Tottenham training for the first time.
And Spurs fans are now very excited to see what their new signing can do.
He’s playing like Messi in training wtf is he gonna be like in an actual match— Bazza (@WhiteHartDane) August 12, 2019
That skill at 1:40.— arunSpurs (@arunspurs) August 12, 2019
Sold a dummy with first touch, change direction, past Eriksen into the net.
And watch Sonny’s face. And Vertonghen there too pic.twitter.com/H5Zxfr2zPt
I know its only a short video, but he does look sharp and very quick. I’m looking forward to seeing him playing, hopefully against Man City— Keith Bullard (@KeithBullard42) August 12, 2019
Reminds me of Bernardo silva a little— dolly (@RhysDolman) August 12, 2019
Love his quick feet and change of direction. Also seem to have the eye for that blind pass like ndombelle. With off the ball movements from the team, we can be awesome to watch this year. Can’t wait until week 4-5 when everything is in full boom— Ryan Squeak (@SqueakRyan) August 12, 2019
This is awesome footage and this is great for us fans please keep bringing us more! Gio looks tremendous!!— Lewis Manners (@llewi01) August 12, 2019
Lo Celso could make his debut for Tottenham at the weekend against Manchester City, although it seems likely that he will start from the bench.
Mauricio Pochettino generally has liked to ease his new signings into action at Spurs, although Tanguy Ndombele has been thrown in at the deep end.
If Lo Celso does hit form for Spurs he could add to their attacking threat, and his ability to retain possession could be key against City at the weekend.
Spurs got off to a winning start to their season by beating Aston Villa 3-1 in their first game, with Lo Celso watching that one from the stands.