Marseille want to sign Moussa Sissoko on loan this summer, according to reports in France.
The former Tottenham midfielder endured a difficult first season at White Hart Lane following his £30 million deadline day move last August.
Sissoko was often only used as either a substitute or an emergency starter, and never made enough of an impression to stay in the starting line-up.
Back in May the Frenchman publicly called out Mauricio Pochettino in the press, claiming he wanted answers over his future at the club. The Guardian believes that didn’t go down well with the Spurs boss.
As a result, Sissoko is expected to leave Tottenham this summer. Marseille have been linked with a move for the 27-year-old for some time now, but French outlet RTL Sport suggests the Ligue 1 outfit are only interested in a loan deal for the player.
Marseille have potentially been put off by Sissoko’s reported £95,000-a-week wages, meaning they might try to pay only a percentage of his salary. I don’t think Daniel Levy will be too keen on that kind of deal.