Tottenham are willing to accept a loan offer from Besiktas for Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, according to reports in Turkey.

However, Spurs do not want an option to make the loan permanent at the end of the season to be included in the deal.

That’s according to Turkish outlet Fanatik (via Sport Witness). It is believed Besiktas have made an offer to take Nkoudou on loan for the remainder of the season with an option to buy the winger next summer.

Tottenham have responded to Besiktas, telling the Super Lig club they do not want a buy clause in the loan.

Nkoudou made a rare appearance for Spurs against Fulham on Sunday, providing the assist for Harry Winks’ last minute winner at Craven Cottage.

However, the 23-year-old’s future in north London is uncertain and reports continue to link him with the exit door this month.

Nkoduou spent the second half of last season on loan at Burnley but there doesn’t appear to be any interest from Premier League clubs this time around.

Should Tottenham allow Nkoudou to leave or do they need to keep him through the current injury crisis? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.



  1. I’ve always felt that GK has never been given a proper chance. I can only assume he either doesn’t train hard enough or just can’t fit the intricate passing the Spurs require. Whatever the reason, one look no further than Sissoko for evidence that a fringe player can make a consistent mark.

    If GK is given a run of games, much like the new Moussa, I feel he will provide an offensive spark from the wing that has been missed. Only Eriksen has consistently laid crosses on a platter like GK did for Winksy, and if you pair that with a fitter Llorente, we could see a few goals from the latter.

    Injury crisis means being flexible in how you approach the game. If Poch gives GK and Llorente a real chance, we should go to the League Cup final and beyond.


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