Antonio Conte and Tottenham Hotspur have made a decision on the future of the Tottenham man, Tanguy Ndombele, and want to sell the Frenchman, regardless of the success of his loan spell at Lyon this season.
The French team has re-signed its former player, after seeing the midfielder fail to make an impact under the leadership of both Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte, and could make the deal permanent for less than the fee the player received only three years ago.
A source in Tottenham said football inside That the club would be looking to sell Ndombele regardless of whether Lyon triggered the player’s buy-out clause, saying there was “no way to go back” for him in north London.
The French player failed to reach the peak of his potential in north London, did far less in terms of creativity than he showed in France, and was criticized for his defensive weaknesses and poor performances in midfield, and was often criticized by former coach, Jose Mourinho in the media.
It was a similar story under current coach, Antonio Conte, who sent Ndombele for just 886 minutes before his departure on loan, including just one start in the Premier League.
The one silver touch for Tottenham in all of this comes in the form of Rodrigo Bentakor’s signature, which will make the Frenchman’s departure much easier for Antonio Conte’s side, and he has been receiving great commentary on occasions this season.
However, this will not dampen Conte’s desire to continue strengthening the team this summer. Spurs will seek to recoup some sort of compensation for their impending expenses for Ndombele, Dele and Lo Celso, to fund moves to the ever-improving Dejan Kulusevski, who appears set to join permanently after a successful loan spell, plus many more. A creative playmaker needed to sit behind Harry Kane and take some creative burdens off the England’s shoulders next season.