3. Giovanni Lo Celso
The diminutive Argentine is an asset to Spurs’ future growth. Versatile, energetic, skilled and committed, Lo Celso is as the most well-rounded Tottenham midfielder. He can proficiently play in the No. 10 role or, preferably, falls back and partners Hojberg in a deeper role.
Lo Celso isn’t afraid to get dragged into the physicality required to exceed his job requirements. He loves a good slide tackle and has an abundance of talent on the ball. He hasn’t really found his goalscoring boots but is adept at making incisive passes. At just 25 years old, Lo Celso needs to play an integral part of the club’s rebuild.