Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are ‘attentive’ to Tanguy Ndombele’s situation at Tottenham Hotspur, according to Foot Mercato.
Spurs’s club-record signing is yet to impress in his debut season in England.
The 23-year-old has struggled with injuries and failed to feature regularly in 2020. He has also not featured since the league resumed last week.
It’s claimed the midfielder ‘no longer wishes to evolve’ under the orders of José Mourinho and ‘wants to leave’ the north London club.
Despite the France international’s ‘complicated situation’ at Tottenham, he still has admirers as Barca, Bayern and PSG are ‘always on the lookout’ for him.
According to the report, Ndombele is ‘on top of the Blaugrana’s list’. The Catalan side could be in the market for a new midfielder, with Ivan Rakitić expected to leave the Camp Nou. Barca, however, will have to step up their efforts to convince the player.
Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidžić has maintained contacts, most likely with Ndombele’s camp. In addition to this, PSG and Manchester United remain active on his case.
It will be a tough task for any of the aforementioned clubs to negotiate with Daniel Levy because the Spurs chairman is of the belief the Frenchman will come good in the long run.
Foot Mercato add a loan deal in the upcoming window would suit all parties, but there’s nothing to indicate whether or not Mourinho’s side are open to this option.