On September 14th, we relayed news from Italy that Mousa Dembele’s agent has kept ‘all doors open’, including the possibility of signing a contract extension at Tottenham Hotspur.
Calciomercato has another report regarding the former Fulham man and they once again relay how Inter Milan failed to convince the Premier League club to part ways with the player, and the Nerazzurri were unwilling to meet Spurs’ €30m asking price.
It’s claimed there’s been no change in the 31-year-old’s situation at the north London club as there is ‘no agreement’ in place for a renewal nor has he an agreement with another club.
The Belgium international is playing a waiting game as he is ready to run down his contract in order to pick the best possible deal available, either from Europe or China.
Inter are still monitoring Dembele’s situation, but they are unwilling to meet his wage demands or pay his agent’s fee, both of which are deemed too high. The Italian website claims the Tottenham man could be ‘auctioned off’ and any interest clubs could come forward, if they want to secure his services in 2019.