‘Recruitment bust’ Tottenham ‘club record’ could be headed to Tirkiye Fenerbahce?

What does the future hold for ‘Tottenham Hotspur record’ Tanguy Ndombele?

Alasdair Gold, a reporter for ‘Football London’ in the UK and well versed in Tottenham Hotspur news, said on the 19th (KST), “Tottenham are set to embark on a busy transfer window as they look to shape their squad to suit the needs of manager Enze Postecoglou. The two priorities for the upcoming summer in midfield and attack are a new attacking midfielder and a winger to play high up the flanks.”

“Postecoglou’s midfield will feature one ‘number six’ to spread the ball around and two ‘number eight’ to support the center-forward in a box-to-box role. Currently, Spurs lack players who can play in an attacking position. Postecoglou is expected to make a decision on the future of Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.”

James Maddison has been touted as a possible signing and Tanguy Ndombele as a possible departure. “Postecoglou is understood to favor Madison,” Gold said. He scored 10 goals and provided nine assists in 32 games in the relegation zone last season. Ndombele, on the other hand, has attracted interest from Napoli and Fenerbahce, where he was on loan. Tottenham are likely to try to recoup close to half of the £60 million deal,” said the source.스포츠토토

Ndombele made an ambitious arrival at Tottenham in 2019. Much was expected of him after he broke club records and dominated the French Ligue 1.

However, the result was a major disappointment. Ndombele failed to live up to expectations, exposing a number of problems. He flashed briefly under Jose Mourinho, but has since fallen back to earth. He was completely ignored by Nuno Santo and Antonio Conte.

Ndombele was chased to his hometown club Lyon. He played in the UEFA Europa League (UEL), but didn’t make much of an impact. Lyon didn’t trigger his multi-million dollar outright transfer option, and Ndombele ended up back at Tottenham.

Last season, he was loaned out to Napoli. He spent most of his time on the bench behind Piotr Zielinski, Stanislaw Lobotka, and Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa. Between Serie A, the Champions League (UCL), and the Coppa Italia, Ndombele has played just 1,261 minutes.

Ndombele will return to the club after his loan ends. Gold reports that Napoli and Fenerbahçe are in the running to sign him. However, it’s expected to be a tough sell as the club’s chairman, Daniel Levy, wants a fee of around £30 million (approx. 493 million won).

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