Giovani Lo Celso joined Tottenham from Betis this summer on a loan move with an option for the Spurs to buy him for €37.5 million.
Lo Celso impressed playing under Quique Setien for Betis.
However, the club needed money, so they replaced him with Nabil Fekir in the summer.
Tottenham and Betis agreed on a buyout clause of around €37 million.
But now, Daniel Levy wants to lower the asking price. He wants to go below €35 million to buy the player, as reported by iNews.
It looks like Levy is back to his best. Known as a tough negotiator, Betis board will now have a hard time cutting the deal to their will.