Tottenham’s record signing wants to leave

Life in football takes many turns, but ask Tanguy Ndombélé. The Frenchman became the most expensive signing in Tottenham history two years ago, when the Spurs they disbursed 60 million euros (the most expensive transfer in the club’s history) when he was a member of Olympique de Lyon. Our protagonist began at tran tran, but last year seemed to show signs of improvement. Nevertheless, Nuno’s arrival has ostracized him.

The Portuguese coach, landed this summer from Wolverhampton, he is not counting on him. Ndombélé did not play any minute of the preseason friendlies of the team, despite being in full physical shape and having been part of the training sessions. Real fire started, same story. All this has made the player, according to Football Insider, ask to leave the club in search of a career-righting destination.

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The limbo in which Nuno has placed Dembélé has surprised the fans, since the previous season he won the approval of the fans and even that of José Mourinho, before his dismissal. With Setúbal he had a difficult start, crowned with public criticism of Mou towards his player. “He is always injured,” he went on to say.

But the ex of the Lyon changed the speech of his technician, that praised him mid-season, after a brilliant start to the course crowned by a tremendous goal: “The goal is incredible, but I don’t care about the goal, I care about the performance and the performance was magnificent and I am very happy that it has reached this level. “ He finished the course with 6 goals and 4 assists in the 46 games he ended up playing, including 28 starts in the Premier.

A busy end of summer in London

Now, his career has become entrenched and, always according to that reported by the aforementioned medium, Ndombélé has said enough. Our protagonist wants to go out and wants to do it now, before the transfer market ends. If the Tottenham Hostspur Stadium offices were fuming with Harry Kane, now they will have to face a new soap opera …If he stays, he has to chop stone as he did with Mourinho in the past.