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Exit-bound Tottenham player set to miss Sheffield United clash; could have played his last game in a Spurs shirt

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Will Lo Celso play his last game for Spurs? Curtain closes on season

Tottenham Hotspur are set to face Sheffield United in the final matchday of a season that has been exceptional at the N17. It has been about process and progress as the North Londoners get accustomed to playing the Ange Postecoglou’s way.

Ange Postecoglou came in the summer and has turned the tides at White Hart Lane. He has taken a struggling Spurs side to one of the most exciting clubs in European football. While there has been a recent blip in an exceptional season, Spurs will look to end the season on a high as they visit an already relegated Sheffield United.

Spurs will have a few injury issues to be dealt with for their trip to Bramall Lane. The Lilywhites have managed to add to the injury concerns following their midweek fixture against Manchester City. 

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Adieu, Lo Celso?

They are set to miss Argentine midfielder Giovani Lo Celso, who picked up a knock on his knee following the game against the Cityzens or somewhere in the training sessions that followed. This could be the end of his time at N17, and I fear we have seen the last of him representing the Spurs badge.

Lo Celso has been linked with a move away from Tottenham owing to the lack of minutes under his belt under the tutelage of the Australian gaffer. As his time at White Hart Lane comes to a conclusion, it could be seen with a tint of sadness as what was once a highly anticipated move didn’t quite work out for any parties involved.

The Tottenham boss is said to have everyone else other than Gio available for Sunday’s game.

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 For Lo Celso now, it could be time to call the curtains on his career in North London as the club moves on to another project. He has been an excellent professional despite it being a frustrating time at Spurs, but alas, it’s time to move on.

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