Tottenham looking to sell record signing Tanguy Ndombele this summer
- Ndombele was the side’s record signing in Mauricio Pochettino’s final year at the side
- The 23-year old featured for Pochettino but has struggled to impress since Jose Mourinho took over
- Mental Health and Psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic
Tottenham looking to sell record signing Tanguy Ndombele this summer.
Tanguy Ndombele arrived at the North London outfit last summer as the club’s record signing.
Mauricio Pochettino acquired the services of the 23-year old for a record £54million.
Reports now indicate that the side is ready to listen to offers for the French international after failing to impress current coach Jose Mourinho.
It is understood that the Portuguese manager does not believe that Ndombele has adapted to the demands of the Premier League and, more importantly, has doubts over his willingness to learn.
It remains to be seen if Spurs can find a club willing to pay enough for them to recoup a significant chunk of last summer’s fee.
That could stand in the way of a deal, particularly as the club try to come to terms with the financial problems caused by the pandemic.
Ndombele is quarantining in France after testing positive.
Mourinho will not exclude him from his plans when he returns but the player will be available until the closure of the transfer window on October 5.