Following his spat with José Mourinho during a training session, Tanguy Ndombélé’s future at Tottenham seems rather precarious.
Talk of an exit this summer has grown by the week, with the most recent, at least up until today, coming from France thanks to TF1.
Their belief was that Inter were close to reaching an agreement with Spurs over a deal that would include one of their players as well as money, but they haven’t fully pleased Daniel Levy yet.
That’s what Le10 Sport are reporting on Wednesday, claiming Tottenham want to ‘land on their feet’ when it comes to the fee they receive, meaning it has to match or be near what they paid for him last summer (around £60m).
As things stand, ‘Inter haven’t offered anything matching their demands’, and while they could be getting closer, there is no agreement.
Then Paris Saint-Germain get a mention, as Thomas Tuchel would like to work with the France international, but it’s said it’s ‘practically impossible’ to see them come forward with a transfer offer due to Spurs’ requests.
A loan could go a long way, but ‘Tottenham clearly don’t seem open to that option’.
Basically if there’s an exit, it’ll be ‘via a transfer, and a big offer, minimum €70m’.