The attacking midfielder provided 16 goals and 6 assists in 46 appearances across all competitions this season to help Betis finish 10th in the La Liga table while he's also broken into the Argentinean national team set-up.
Now with his national team, the former Paris Saint-Germain midfielder has become a target for a number of sides after his great season on loan with the La Liga club.
The Argentinian enjoyed a splendid season on loan at Betis from Paris Saint-Germain, which prompted the Seville outfit to trigger his €25m-purchase option and make the switch permanent.
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But clearly the Champions League finalists are already planning ahead for next season and look set to break their club-record transfer fee, which is now the £42 million they paid to land Davinson Sanchez from Ajax.
It has been reported by the Spanish publication that Tottenham made a bid of €60 million (£53m) for the 23-year-old central midfielder.
The Red Devils look set to face stiff competition for his signature with Real Madrid also said to be monitoring his situation, but regardless it looks as though it'll be a very long summer for Real Betis.
Just over a year ago, Spurs made history after they became the first Premier League side to not make any signings in a summer transfer window since it first became a thing in 2003.