Tottenham Hotspur signed Tanguy Ndombele from French facet Lyon for a document £54m in 2019.

Nevertheless, following what has turned out to be an abysmal three years in London, chairman Daniel Levy might be massively regretting that call.

Ndombele has by no means lived as much as his sky-high price ticket and following a public spat with notoriously strict Italian supervisor Antonio Conte, this January noticed the French midfielder shipped off again to his outdated membership on mortgage till the tip of the season.

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Regardless of having one other three years left on his take care of the Lilywhites, this summer season seems sure to see the membership’s hierarchy discover a method to transfer the box-to-box midfielder on completely.

Chatting with GiveMeSport concerning the 25-year-old’s precarious future, journalist Peter O’Rourke stated: “I can’t see any approach again for him at Tottenham, although he’s nonetheless the membership’s document signing.

“It simply didn’t work out for him. I feel his days at Tottenham are numbered.”


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