Tottenham fail with bid to sign Jacob Ramsey, Giovani Lo Celso was offered

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen on signing Jacob Ramsey from Aston Villa in a part-exchange deal by offering Giovani Lo Celso this summer.

According to a report from The Times, Tottenham Hotspur submitted an offer to sign Aston Villa midfielder Jacob Ramsey, and they included Giovani Lo Celso as a part of the part-exchange deal. However, the West Midlands club have decided to turn down the offer for the prospect they value at £40-50 million.

It will be interesting to see if Tottenham decide to return with another offer for the player who they have followed for a long time. Ramsey is highly rated in English football, and he has a bright future stop he could develop into a key player for Spurs with the right guidance.

He is capable of operating as a central midfielder, an attacking midfielder as well as a winger. He will add creativity, technical ability and drive to the Tottenham midfield. On the other hand, Lo Celso has been linked with a move away from the club this summer. The Argentine international has fallen down the pecking order at Tottenham, and he needs to leave to play regularly.

A move to Aston Villa could be ideal for him. He has worked with Unai Emery in the past and a reunion could be ideal for all parties. Recent reports have claimed that he is open to joining the West Midlands club.

The 28-year-old is versatile enough to operate in a number of attacking roles, and he could be a key player for Aston Villa. However, the West Midlands club are not keen on a part-exchange deal, and they value the youngster at £40-50 million.

Ramsey would be a long-term addition

Ramsey is unlikely to get regular game time at Aston Villa next season, and leaving the club could be ideal for him. If Tottenham can provide him with the necessary assurances, a move to the North London club will be an exciting opportunity for the player.

Tottenham have put together a talented squad, and they are looking to improve further. Spurs will be hoping to compete for major trophies in the coming seasons, and they need to add more depth to the side.

Ramsey has all the tools to develop into our top-class Premier League midfielder, and he could be a key player for Tottenham in the long term. The £40-50 million-rated midfielder has a bright future ahead of himself, and Tottenham would do well to secure his services.

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