Moussa Sissoko has told French publication L’Equipe he intends to have a “frank discussion” with Mauricio Pochettino about his future at Tottenham.
The midfielder has endured a forgetful first season at Spurs having struggled to break in to the first eleven despite becoming the club’s joint-record signing last summer.
In quotes relayed by ESPN, Sissoko told L’Equipe his representative is set to meet Pochettino this week to discuss the player’s future.
When asked what he wants from those talks, Sissoko said: “A frank discussion to know what they count on doing, how they envisage the future with me. From that, everything will be clearer in my head.”
He added: “You’re never sure of anything. What I want above all is for everything to be clear. If the coach isn’t counting on me, that he thinks the players who are there are better, he should say it. The idea is to be set early to allow my agent to work well if I have to leave.”
The majority of Tottenham are keen to see the back of the Frenchman and will be hoping the club improves in terms of recruitment this summer.