Tottenham could allow Moussa Sissoko to leave on loan this summer, according to reports in Italy.

On Monday morning, we relayed a report from Sky Sports in Italy that claimed Napoli are keen on Sissoko and could make a move for him in the coming days.

And now, Italian outlet Il Calcio Napoli (as relayed by Sport Witness) is suggesting Sissoko could depart Spurs – but on loan, rather than permanently.

Napoli are apparently exploring the option of taking Sissoko on loan for a season, meaning he would return to Tottenham next summer with just one year remaining on his contract.

In some ways it makes sense. If Spurs can’t sell him for a decent fee this summer, perhaps having another club pay his wages for a year is good way to save some money.

Then the Londoners can attempt to sell the Frenchman next summer, when more suitors might be alerted to his contract solution.

In any case, Sissoko is unlikely to get much first-team football next term, especially if Tottenham strengthen in midfield – so his best bet would be to leave.



  1. Yes his value will drop substantially in 12 months time as he will be 32 and soon a free transfer.
    Best get whatever we can now.
    Certain a lower premier League club will take as long as Levy doesn’t price him out of a move.
    Skippy ready to step up!!


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