Giovani Lo Celso’s move to Tottenham hasn’t gone to plan.
The Argentinian playmaker has barely featured after an injury-plagued start to his Spurs career.
New boss Jose Mourinho did not introduce him until the 89th minute at the weekend.
According to reports in Spain from Estadio Deportivo, he is already considering an exit to keep his place in the Argentina side.
However, he is initially on a loan deal in North London with an obligation to buy, meaning he is still owned by Real Betis, who would need an input in a move.