🚨REPORT :Tottenham Hotspur intends to expedite the departure of 26yrs midfielder once his loan spell concludes


Tottenham Hotspur are set to offload Tanguy Ndombele this summer, sources have revealed to Football Insider. The French midfielder, currently on loan with Galatasaray, will not be part of Spurs’ plans moving forward, even if he doesn’t secure a permanent deal with the Turkish club.

According to senior correspondent Pete O’Rourke, Ndombele’s time at Tottenham has come to an end, despite his contract expiring in June 2025. The 27-year-old has failed to make an impact since his £63million move from Lyon in 2019, managing just 91 appearances in five years, with 75 of those coming in his first two seasons.

Ndombele’s loan spells with Lyon, Napoli, and Galatasaray have been underwhelming, with his latest stint in Istanbul yielding just one assist in 26 appearances. Tottenham will now seek a suitable buyer for the midfielder, who is one of nine senior players the club will listen to offers for this summer.

The news comes amid expected changes at Tottenham, following manager Ange Postecoglou’s comments about the need for a “rebuild” of the team. With Ndombele’s future at the club all but sealed, Spurs will look to offload him and revamp their squad ahead of the new season.

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