It looks like Jose Mourinho has finally decided to get rid of Tanguy Ndombele, a € 60 million paid midfielder, who arrived from Lyon last summer.
Mourinho recently broke ground and told Ndombele that he could find a new club, Football Insider reports. The same source states that the Spurs administration is looking for an agent who will find him a new hire, and the same fate awaits Argentine defender Juan Foyth.
Although he was the first to deliver solid games, Ndombele was the most expensive player in the history of the Tottenham Hotspurs. He, along with the rest of the team, sank, and the arrival of The Special One as coach has made his situation even more complicated.
In mid-March, just before the coronavirus pandemic broke out, the 23-year-old midfielder pulled out of a half-time game with Burnley, and since then their relationship has completely collapsed.
Although the Portuguese sought to fix it, violating the ban on moving at the height of the pandemic, they were unable to find a common language.