Alejo Veliz, a summer acquisition for Tottenham, is allegedly looking to go on loan to Bologna in the upcoming transfer window since he isn’t getting enough playing time at Spurs.
Back in the summer, Veliz was reportedly paid £13 million by Tottenham to leave Rosario Central.
Spurs signed the 20-year-old South American striker as an investment for the future since he is regarded as a very skilled young player.
The 20-year-old South American is apparently depressed at the little opportunities he has had at Tottenham thus far, though, according to Corriere dello Sport.
Bologna has declared him their “top target” for the striker position. Bologna was interested in signing him in the summer.
If Tottenham gives the player the go-ahead, the report claims he would seize the opportunity to join the Italian team.
In the midst of an injury crisis for the Spurs, Richarlison had pelvic surgery, and Ivan Perisic and Manor Solomon are still out with chronic problems.
Johnson, Son, and Kulusevski are now the only attacking options available to Spurs. Veliz now has the chance to experience playing for the Spurs first team thanks to these ailments.
In January, the North London club was connected to another assailant. Veliz could be a good candidate to be loaned out if they do sign one.
He would benefit from regular playing time and priceless experience that would further his development.
It remains to be seen if Ange approves of a loan move for him in January.
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