Sevilla Makes Loan Bid for Tottenham’s Alejo Veliz
Spurs spent around £12 million in the summer to buy the youthful Argentine striker from Rosario Central.
When the 20-year-old arrived, it was expected that he would not play much for the first team as he adjusted to the demands of English football.
That has been demonstrated by the fact that Veliz has only had 45 minutes of action during his eight Premier League appearances.
Currently, Spurs will have to deal with the Argentina Under-20 international’s absence until he returns to action at the beginning of March.
Spurs are currently debating whether to let the potential play out the remainder of the season elsewhere, according to the Daily Mail.
Sevilla is reported to have offered Veliz a loan arrangement that is rumoured to have no options or commitments in exchange for his temporary relocation to Spain.
Rafa Mir, the team’s backup striker, has been pursued by teams like Torino and Valencia, one of his previous clubs, and it seems likely that the adaptable attacker will be permitted to go out on loan.
Given that Sevilla has only won three of their 22 La Liga games in 2023–24 and that Los Nervionenses are only one point above the relegation zone, Sevilla would then need backup for Youssef En-Nesyri.