Daniel Levy is one man that will not take a loss when negotiating a sale no matter who he is selling, and that seems to be the case with Tanguy Ndombele.
The Frenchman fell out with Jose Mourinho during the season, and he rarely appeared in Spurs’ games after the restart.
After his first season and how poorly it went, reports have surfaced suggesting that he will leave Tottenham this summer.
The latest report claims that Inter Milan is interested in the Frenchman and they are prepared to add some of their players that Mourinho will like as a sweetener in the move.
The Italians, however, have made no concrete monetary offer, and that is most likely the only way they will get his signature.
Le10Sports reports that Tottenham will look to make their money back from his sale at a minimum.
It claims that the Lilywhites aren’t interested in any move that will not see them receive 70 million euros, which is more that they paid to sign him from Lyon last summer.
It also adds that PSG likes the midfielder, but the French champions will struggle to sign him because Spurs will not reduce their asking price despite the midfielder being considered a Premier League flop.