Tanguy Ndombele is moving closer to joining Paris Saint-Germain with Mauricio Pochettino pushing to sign the Tottenham midfielder, according to reports in France.
The club record signing has not featured for Spurs since his slow walk-off against Morecambe in the FA Cup, which looks increasingly likely to be his final contribution for the Londoners.
French outlet Foot Mercato is now claiming that Ndombele’s representatives have been in Paris for further talks with PSG as a loan move inches towards completion.
Former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is said to be pushing for the deal to happen. He was Spurs boss when Ndombele arrived in London but the duo only worked together for a few short months.
Pochettino will now get the chance to oversee Ndombele in the French capital, and he will certainly be hoping he can get the best out of the 25-year-old – something that simply hasn’t happened at Tottenham.
It will be interesting to see how it goes. Spurs will obviously hope the loan is successful so that PSG buy Ndombele permanently in the summer, preferably for a big fee.
Let him go but one big question Will Spurs get new 3 players ???as Paratici said in first week in January that Spurs will defenitly get. What Paratici is doing while Spurs pays him salary ???
I pray that PSG take that conning thief of N’Dombele off our hands.
FYI Raymond, Paratici answers to Levy who signs the cheques;I am sure if he had his way, we would have bought several players in by now this month, but I am sure you realise that his hands are tied and that working for Levy is not a laugh a minute job.