Tottenham want to sell Tanguy Ndombele, 26.
British media outlet The Boot Room cited a report from British media outlet The Evening Standard on Feb. 2 (KST) regarding the rumored transfer of Ndombele.
“Tottenham want to part ways with Ndombele. They are expecting bids from Saudi Arabian clubs,” the report said.
“Manager Enzi Postecoglou is unhappy with Ndombele because of basic issues such as his undesirable attitude in training,” it added.
“Tottenham are willing to sell Ndombele if a bid from Saudi Arabia or Turkeeye comes in,” the report said.
“The transfer window for European clubs is almost closed. However, Tottenham have not given up on parting ways with Ndombele. Saudi Arabia and Turkiye are still open. That’s why Tottenham are hopeful.”
“Earlier this month, Ndombele rejected interest from Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe. It remains to be seen whether he will change his mind if he runs out of other options.”
Ndombele is Tottenham’s most expensive transfer in club history. He joined Tottenham in 2019 for £55 million ($91.4 billion). There was a lot of hype surrounding him.
However, he didn’t quite live up to the hype. Despite his creative passing and flashes of brilliance, his slow defensive transitions in the face of loose team pressing were his biggest downfall. Unable to adapt to the tempo of the Premier League He’s been written off by managers from Jose Mourinho to Antonio Conte. Only scored 10 goals and provided nine assists in 91 games for Tottenham.
That’s where Napoli came in. For €1 million, they signed Ndombele on a season-long loan. The deal also included an option for a full transfer after the loan. He played 카지노 40 games for Napoli last season, scoring two goals and providing one assist. Despite coming off the bench, he was a solid performer. In doing so, he helped the club win its first league title in 33 years.
After the season, Napoli wanted to keep Ndombele, but were unable to get him for a huge transfer fee. Eventually, he returned to Tottenham.
Recently, Inter Milan have shown interest. Transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano said, “Inter Milan are negotiating a loan deal. It’s up to them to decide if they want to go ahead with the deal. He’s one of their options.” However, the deal fell through.