Three days ago, we carried a report from Foot Mercato explaining that Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are keen on Tanguy Ndombele.

It was also explained the midfielder ‘wants to leave’ Tottenham Hotspur this summer as he no longer wants to play under José Mourinho.

These claims were also reported in the British media, citing their own sources. The Independent further explained the Catalan club are willing to take the Frenchman, but only as a part of a swap deal.

The report suggested the Spanish champions are ready to offer Nélson Semedo or Philippe Coutinho to take Ndombele.

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Saturday’s edition of Mundo Deportivo claims those in charge at the Camp Nou ‘do not rule out anything’ with regards to the Spurs player, but their priority is to sign other midfielders.

However, Tottenham sources have told the newspaper Mourinho ‘wants him to stay’ . They further stressed rumours about poor relations between the manager and the ex-Lyon man are ‘not true’ , and the Portuguese tactician wants the 23-year-old ‘by his side’.

The same sources also explained the former Chelsea manager is of the view Coutinho cannot easily fit into his system, meaning a move for the Brazilian could be ruled out. 

Mundo’s report not only dismisses Ndombele’s exit rumours, but also the possibility of Spurs signing the former Liverpool star this summer.