It was a wonderful end to the season for the Tottenham Hotspur fans in the Transfer Tavern, who were happy not to see a repeat of last year’s almighty collapse.
Thirteen goals in their final two games of the campaign saw Spurs the season on a high, with many of our north London locals believing a few tweaks to the playing staff over the summer can help prompt a genuine title tilt.
So, reports emanating out of France have proved interesting today. According to Le Journal du Dimanche, Spurs flop Moussa Sissoko is of interest to ambitious Ligue 1 side Marseille.
Indeed, the players is believed to have met with the club’s sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta back in April, having failed to at all convince on Hotspur Way.
Les Phocéens are understood to have the funds to purchase the 28-year-old, though he is thought to want the club to convince him this will be a big summer in the south of France. Reportedly eager to keep himself in contention for the 2018 World Cup, Sissoko is said to want assurances Marseille will spend big this summer.
As you can imagine, the Tottenham fans in the Tavern aren’t too concerned about the idea of him leaving.