Tanguy Ndombele is leaving Tottenham Hotspur
Jose Mourinho has come out to confirm that he has no plans for French international Tanguy Ndombele, reports have it that the 23-year-old midfielder has been linked with a move to Paris Saint-German. Tanguy Ndombele joined Tottenham Hotspur for his club-record fee of £63 million from French Ligue One side Lyon.
The report also said that Paris Saint-Germain have contacted Tottenham Hotspur about the player and they are offering a loan move if possible before finally signing him on a permanent deal. The player has not really found his footing in the English Premier League this season although he was given enough playing time by the new manager Jose Mourinho.
A French journalist tweeted that the former Lyon midfielder doesn’t want to play under Jose Mourinho again and the manager has also said he is not willing to work with the player anymore. They are both on a mutual term now the question is will he return to the French League where he was bought from as PSG are interested in him or will he go to Barca which had contacted him before he joined the north London club.
Tanguy Ndombele has been struggling to cope in the English Premier League even before Mourinho took over from Mauricio Pochetino back in November. The was not their last game which ended 2-0 against West Ham, and the player’s first season in the English Premier League has not been a good one at all, he is looking going back to the French Ligue One where his game was highly appreciated.