On Tuesday, Tottenham announced a £53m bid for the 23-year-old Argentine, who has impressed this season at La Liga outfit Real Betis.
Lo Celso is dating his gorgeous girlfriend Magui Alcacer, 24.
The Argentina-born student of body movement science and rehabilitative medicine also doubles as a swimsuit model for Grace Bikini, combining beauty with brains.
They met in their home city of Rosario, central Argentina, where the blonde beauty worked as a nurse at the city’s Alberdi Hospital.
In 2016, Lo Celso joined French giants Paris Saint-Germain for an estimated £8.5m.
The pair often share coupley snaps on their social media.
Last month, Magui shared a romantic post with her 10k Instagram followers to mark her boyfriend’s 23rd birthday.
She wrote: “Happy birthday my love! May you always be very happy! I love you today and always.”
Tottenham’s coach Mauricio Pochettino is said to be desperate to bring his fellow countryman to White Hart Lane, but the Spanish club are demanding as much as £88m to trigger his release clause.
“I love you today and always”
Magui Alcacer, girlfriend, Giovani Lo Celso
He only joined Betis on a permanent basis last month when the club paid a £19.8m transfer fee to PSG following a standout season on loan.
In 45 games, Lo Celso racked up 16 goals and made six assists, and has been named alongside Lionel Messi in Argentina’s 2019 Copa America squad this summer.
A creative midfielder, he could fill the hole left by Christian Eriksen, if the Dane makes the expected move to Real Madrid this summer.
Victor Wanyama is also predicted to leave the north London side, while Spurs are also said to be interested in signing Leeds United winger Jack Clarke for £12m.
But they won’t be alone in their interest for Lo Celso, with Man City believed to also be in the running.
Spurs are expected to make a number of signings following this week’s Champions League final against Liverpool in Madrid.
It comes as La Liga’s president blasted Man City for their humongous transfer spending.
Javier Tebas launched a blistering attack on the Premier League champions and what he called their “petrol money”, accusing them of destroying European football.