According to reports, Tottenham’s star Tanguy Ndombele has begun thinking about his future following being dismissed by Nuno Espirito Sante before Sunday’s match with Arsenal.
Ndombele, Spurs’ most recent signing, has struggled in North London ever since his PS55million transfer from Lyon two-years ago.
He featured sporadically under Jose Mourinho in his first season, starting just 12 Premier League matches under the Portuguese.
The Frenchman had a better season last year. The Frenchman made 33 appearances in the league, with 28 starts and some stunning moments.
Ndmbele was lobbed against Sheffield United in January, leading to suggestions that he had settled down at Spurs.
Nuno stated after the match that Nuno was uninjured and The Athletic claimed that Nuno will be considering his options between now and the close of the transfer window.
Tanguy isn’t with us right now. “He isn’t injured, but it is not the right moment for him not to be in the game,” Tanguy, 47 years old said after the match.
Ndombele was recently caught in a bizarre show of frustration over not being awarded a free kick during an open training session at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Arsenal was defeated by Spurs thanks to Son Heungmin’s last goal.
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Each side named teams that included fringe and first-team players. The match was organized to raise funds for Mind, a mental health charity.
Spurs only signed one new player, Perluigi Gorlini being the goalkeeper in the second half.
Gollini arrived from Atalanta on a season-long loan. Atalanta’s fellow newcomer Cristian Romero also arrived via a PS40m transfer.
After playing in the Olympics for Spain, Winger Bryan Gil from Sevilla was granted an extended leave.
Nuno will also seek to solve Harry Kane’s future, who it is well-known wants to move to Manchester City.
Kane didn’t play against Arsenal because he was still recovering from his trip to England, but he could play against City this weekend.
Spurs start their Premier League campaign against top-flight champions with a difficult test. The game is played against Kane’s transfer story.
Although City were linked to a PS150m transfer, Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy insists that he doesn’t want to sell the club to any divisional rival.
Kane released a statement on Friday rubbishing reports that he had refused to train at the club and will return to their Enfield training centre this week.
Publiated Mon, 9 Aug 2021 at 17:28.17 (+0000).