Big European clubs try their luck to exfiltrate Tanguy Ndombélé from Tottenham

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It’s a race against time. Ten days before the transfer window, Tanguy Ndombélé (24) seems determined to leave Tottenham. It must be said that the future is written elsewhere for the former Amiens. During the preparation, Nuno Espirito Santo did not count on him at all, preferring Hojbjerg, Skipp, Alli, Sissoko, Winks, Lo Celso and even the very young John. Even the Portuguese coach has confirmed that the Frenchman is starting from very far, so much so that he did not include him in the list of players who can play in the Conference League.

This weekend to face Wolverhampton on Matchday 2 of the Premier League, it is again from his television that the midfielder will watch his partners play. “He was not part of the Conference League team because he is not on our list. To be completely honest with you, Tanguy will not play on Sunday ”, confided in a press conference the technician of the London club. It is no longer a simple rumor or an observation, it is now a fact, only two years after his arrival from OL against € 60 million, Ndombélé will not play if he stays.

Bayern and Juve are in the running

We must now find a way out for it, but it will not be easy, for several reasons. Already the timing because we are already at the end of this transfer window. There are also the demands of Spurs and his greedy owner Daniel Levy. According to the corroborating information of The Athletic and Telegraph, Tottenham will let the player go for € 60m! A huge sum that no club can or will want to match. It remains to find roundabout means for interested clubs.

This is for example the case of Bayern Munich which according to Sky in Germany proposed a rather interesting transaction on paper: an exchange with Corentin Tolisso, in addition to € 20 million. But according to the media, this formula did not please the Lilywhites, who declined the offer. That’s not all because Tuttosport indicates in his columns today that Fabio Paratici, the former sports director of Juventus, now stationed at Tottenham, called his former right-hand man and now successor, Federico Cherubini, to discuss an exchange between the former Lyonnais and Weston McKennie. This time, it is the Old Lady who would seem less convinced by this operation …

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