Djibril Sidibe has hinted he could leave Monaco this summer amid interest from Tottenham and Arsenal.
Earlier this week we relayed reports suggesting the right-back is “considering his future options” with a move to Premier League on the cards.
Now, speaking to reporters on international duty for France, Sidibe has claimed he would find it difficult to reject “certain offers.” The quotes below were reported by ESPN.
“Firstly, I’m focused on France,” he said, “and then I’ll give myself some time to think about offers and all the factors running through my brain a year before the World Cup.
“Leaving for leaving’s sake doesn’t interest me. You’ve got to be happy at Monaco. We finished first, we have the Champions League and I know the coach perfectly. But there are certain offers you can’t turn down… but I’ll have the time to think about that afterwards.”
Spurs are eager to recruit a right-back this summer with Kyle Walker expected to join Manchester City. Sidibe would offer high quality competition for Kieran Trippier.