Writing on Twitter, Spurs correspondent Alasdair Gold has shared interview footage of Tanguy Ndombele which is ‘great‘ to see – with the Frenchman acknowledging what he’s done to change things whilst working his way back into Jose Mourinho’s plans.
Ndombele, who was at the centre of rumoured exit reports not so long ago, now seems to be a key player for Mourinho just months after a concerning whisper emerged surrounding his future.
Ndombele shines for Spurs
Indeed, back in the summer, a report from Get French Football News claimed that Ndombele and the Spurs boss had a bust up behind the scenes – with the 23-year-old star apparently declaring he no longer wishes to play under him.
Will Tanguy Ndombele live up to his club record price tag?
Yes, 100%, he is incredible
Fast forward to the present, and Ndombele has become a mainstay for Mourinho – with Gold sharing encouraging footage which will excite Spurs supporters.
Speaking candidly in an interview, the midfielder opened up over his hard work and determination to get back into contention at Tottenham – and it’s arguable that he’ll only keep improving at a fairly young age.
Claiming this is ‘what we all want to see‘, Gold waxed lyrical over the £200,000-per-week ace who appears born again in his new role further forward – with Mourinho having also heaped praise on Ndombele, saying he is ‘playing amazing’.
Happy Tanguy Ndombele is what we all want to see. Great to hear him acknowledge what he’s done to change things for the better for himself. He’ll only keep improving as well. One of the players I’ve enjoyed watching the most this season so far. pic.twitter.com/slVrDiqRMa
— Alasdair Gold (@AlasdairGold) November 3, 2020
Transfer Tavern take
A club record signing and significant investment by Daniel Levy, Tottenham supporters should be excited by this interview footage which provides context for his recent resurgence.
Ndombele’s showings of late have been an encouraging sign, especially considering the pressure on both Spurs and Mourinho to deliver silverware for the first time since 2008.
In other news: Tottenham could lose this 6 foot 2 ‘beast’ in January, find out more here.
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