Spurs insist that Lamela is going nowhere despite a shaky start to life in England.
Since making the £30m club record transfer to Tottenham Hotspur in the summer Erik Lamela has struggled to settle and the winger has been linked with Inter Milan and Juventus as a result.
However, Spurs say that the former AS Roma man is not for sale and that a return to Italy will not be happening in the near future, reports the Daily Mail.
Lamela has struggled to adapt to the Premier League and has made just three starts in the English top tier, with a little more success in the Europa League with a goal and three assists.
Unfortunately for the youngster the Argentine has come to serve as a metaphor for a fairly poor summer of spending from the north London club.
This also included £26m being spent on Roberto Soldado and then of course the £30m that was tabled to land Lamela.
It was thought that if a side were prepared to match that valuation the Tottenham would be willing to allow the South American to leave, but the club have quashed that speculation.
At 21-years-old there is plenty of time for Lamela to adapt to life in England and develop into a more confident player.
However, it’s difficult for the Argentina international to get any game time with the likes of Aaron Lennon and Andros Townsend in great form.
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