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Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, is well-known for his astute commercial acumen. However, former Arsenal player Martin Keown has charged that Levy is excessively focused on business and disrespectful to his players. In addition, Keown charged that Levy was treating many Tottenham Hotspur players like “pieces of meat.”

Harry Kane is possibly the only one that deviates from this, according to the former Arsenal player.

In order to bolster his remarks, Keown cited instances of previous players who were either promptly sold off as “commodities” or permitted to depart at pivotal moments in their careers when they requested better contracts.

Following Bruno Guimarães’ departure to Newcastle United,

Ligue 1 team Lyon has been linked to a possible loan deal for Giovani Lo Celso of Tottenham Hotspur.

Renowned reporter Fabrizio Romano had first reported that chairman of Tottenham Hotspur Daniel Levy had demanded that Lyon pay the player’s whole salary for the duration of the loan in addition to a separate loan fee.

It is now said that Lyon and Tottenham have agreed on a loan agreement for the Argentine midfield player. But the athlete hasn’t accepted the offer yet, which puts a stop to the process.

In addition, Romano has stated that Villarreal of La Liga is interested in the competition and has supposedly contacted Tottenham about a possible loan agreement for Lo Celso.

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