Can't remember what formation we played v Bayern tbh. I know that the Poch diamond always seemed very narrow which left the flanks exposed.I think the bigger problem is that overall the team didn't work hard enough to press leaving the side midfielders to cover too much ground - that was certainly the case when we got tonked by Bayern.
He seemed to take up a DM role at PSG in the end, which is why i think he struggled, CM or AM centrally are where he would shine massively. Solid DM with him and Ndombele in the middle would be a dream for me next season.He definitely looks miles better central, also surprised how well he coped in a CM 2, I really thought he was more of a AM and heard he struggled CM for PSG, he looks to have everything and dictated the play like Modric used to to for us but with a bit more skill about him, very excited by this kid.
What's the rush? He isn't going anywhere.Agree with every word here
So there’s a time to be prudent and a time to be self-aware. There's also a time just to pay up. Nothing that Spurs have done over the past five years now entitles them to a quiet life inside the top four. If they want that kind of permanence, then they must grasp these chances while they’re available.
Lo Celso is a rare player and this deal should have been completed yesterday.
There's no position more important to Tottenham than Giovani Lo Celso's – so why haven't they made his loan permanent yet?