Transfer News: Tottenham Hotspur star Tanguy Ndombele wants Real Madrid move
According to Defensa Central (h/t football.london), Tanguy Ndombele has been looking for a move away from Tottenham Hotspur and wants to join Real Madrid. Ndombele made the switch from Lyon to the Lilywhites for £54million as the initial figure, rising to £63million with add-ons. The midfielder has struggled with consistency at the North London club.
The French professional footballer made a name for himself in the Ligue 1 where he proved to be a dependable asset for Les Gones. He then made his way to the Premier League but has been inconsistent with his performances in England’s top-flight football league.
Tanguy Ndombele has made 57 Premier League appearances for the Lilywhites so far during which time he has scored 5 goals and provided 4 assists.
Nuno Espirito Santo shared his opinions on the 24-year-old French midfielder’s future at the club earlier this summer and asserted that he isn’t in the best position to make any prediction:
“What happened in the past, I cannot even think about, I do not mention it out of respect. What I can tell you is that Tanguy is with us, he works but we have to speak honestly, and to take the best out of Tanguy has to come from himself. First of all, I must speak to Tanguy before even addressing you. We already had a chance to talk but it must come from himself.”
Spurs have struggled to get going in the attacking department so far this season. The former Wolves coach could still be trying to figure out the best system and bunch of players that work for him. There has also been a lot of speculation surrounding the future of Harry Kane.
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Nuno and the management would be hoping to sort out these issues as soon as possible so that the North Londoners can get back to concentrating on their development on the pitch.