Tanguy Ndombele looks set for a Tottenham exit as his links to Inter Milan continue to grow.
Following a rocky relationship with Jose Mourinho, it’s a high possibility that the club’s record signing may be on his way out the door after just one season in North London.
Should Spurs sell Tanguy Ndombele?
According to Fabrizio Romano, the Serie A giants are currently focused on their Europa League run, but will be revisiting their talks over signing the Frenchman when they are finished.
Ndombele hasn’t done much to impress Mourinho, missing out on a large chunk of the previous Premier League season and managing just two goals and two assists (via Transfermarkt).
Mourinho is looking to push through a deal for the midfield flop and has finally been able to get Daniel Levy on board. However, the Essex-born businessman has made it clear that he will only allow Ndombele to leave if a suitor can meet an asking price of £63million.
The hefty sum will help Tottenham kit out their squad in hopes to kick on from a tough 2019/20 season in which they managed to claw their way back up the table and finish sixth. However, this won’t have been taken lightly by the team, who will no doubt want to push for top four next term.
With the current financial climate, Inter may struggle to meet the hefty transfer fee for Ndombele, but they are certainly invested in trying to secure his signature.
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