There has been so much speculation about Tanguy Ndombele and whether he will end up at Tottenham come next season. The player is unsure about the North London side with exit rumours stretching all the way to Barcelona.
A player who Jose Mourinho and Tottenham have to hold onto is the defensive midfielder, Tanguy Ndombele. There has been too much uncertainty coming from the player’s corner, and with more news of his doubts over a Spurs stay, Barcelona looks more and more a realistic resort.
Sky Sports have reported the Frenchman is to be considering his time at the North London club. This because of how he was singled out by the manager. Nobody can forget that funny game where he was surprisingly subbed off after only 45 minutes of football.
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"Tanguy Ndombele is said to be considering his future at Tottenham amid interest from Barcelona.A source close to the France midfielder has told Sky Sports News that, although he has no problems with Spurs nor manager Jose Mourinho, Ndombele is currently unsettled after a difficult start to life in the Premier League.The player is said to have been very disappointed at the way he was publicly singled out for criticism for his performance against Burnley, in which he was hauled off at half-time and then warned by Mourinho he was running out of opportunities to impress. (Via: Sky Sports)"
Grow a set and do the talking on the pitch
You have to have thick skin to deal with Jose and his Mourinho way of managing. If you were looking for a pat on the back and a participation medal for your medium rated output, wrong team, wrong league, and definitely wrong manager.
Spurs spent £54 million on the ex-Lyon player. He is their record signing. If he thinks leaving is going to be an option of his and not the club, then I don’t have to mention… He is messing with the wrong owner. Daniel Levy will not bend over for a player who wants out.
They are also in a place where they now must rebuild. He is the type of player you use in a first-team restoration. Spurs will not lose the player for less than what they’ve acquired his services for. They will also milk Barcelona for every penny they think he is worth.