If you have followed our coverage of the Turkish media, you will know that things aren’t going particularly well for Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele at Galatasaray.

The Frenchman was sent to the Istanbul side to get the game time Ange Postecoglou wasn’t ready to give him, and there was hope he would hit the ground running.

That hasn’t been the case, with multiple reports stating the Tottenham loanee could see Galatasaray try and cut his deal short in January, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be playing until then, as explained by Fanatik.

There are a few games left to go before the winter break, including Friday evening’s clash against Adana Demirspor.

This, because of injuries, could be Ndombele’s final chance to impress, after failing to do so in the fixtures against Alanyaspor and Manchester United.

Fanatik explain that the Tottenham man, ‘who is being replaced by a number eight and whose contract termination is on the agenda’, may be given a chance against Adana ‘for the last time’ because of ‘missing players’.

He will need to really impress if he wants this mood around him to change, but there have also been claims it won’t be easy for Galatasaray to cut ties with him in January either.