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‘Should Be Effective in the Coming Days’: Tottenham Hotspur Ready to Release 19-G/A Midfielder

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Tottenham Hotspur are on a mission to build a squad that Ange Postecoglou can use to compete for trophies next season. However, it appears that estranged midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, is no longer in the manager’s plans for next season.

Tottenham Hotspur Poised To Cut Ties With Tanguy Ndombele

Spurs Likely To Make Tanguy Ndombele Statement Soon

The French outlet Foot Mercato claims that the Lilywhites are going to soon part ways with the 27-year-old midfielder amicably. This comes after he was sent on loan over the last two seasons, spending the 2022/23 (and winning the Serie A title) with Napoli before a stint with Galatasaray last season.

Sky Sports have also reported that the North London club do not intend on keeping the midfielder for the next season.

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The outlet adds that Ndombele has decided to end his association and become a free agent ahead of the summer transfer window. It’s added that the two parties have mutually agreed to terminate Ndombele’s contract with the Premier League side and that this “should be effective in the coming days”.

The French midfielder is hopeful that he will get opportunities to join another side in the summer window once he becomes a free agent, something which will mean any club could sign him without the hassle of having to pay a transfer fee.

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Tottenham have been quite proactive in shaping up their squad for next season. They recently confirmed the return of Timo Werner on another loan spell for the 2024/25 season. The Lilywhites are also ready to make major funds available for Postecoglou to sign three key targets, which include a striker, a midfielder, and a new centre-back.

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Tottenham could also reportedly look to sell Richarlison and Yves Bissouma if able to receive attractive offers for the duo. But it looks like they are now guaranteed to get rid of Ndombele after what has turned out to be a disappointing signing.

He was roped in from Lyon in 2019 for a then-club record fee of around £55.45 million plus potential add-ons, but the Frenchman just failed to adapt to the intensity of the Premier League. He scored 10 goals and provided nine assists in 91 appearances for Spurs, with most of his performances leaving more to be desired and that is why he’ll be offloaded by the club for nothing.


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