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Former Spurs midfielder states Antonio Conte is Tanguy Ndombele’s last chance to succeed at Tottenham
By Eddie Razo -

Tanguy Ndombele hasn’t lived up to the transfer fee that Tottenham Hotspur paid for in 2019. 

The France international has yet to cement himself as an undisputable start. With the arrival of manager Antonio Conte, he’ll need to impress if he wants to remain in north London. 

Former Tottenham midfielder Tim Sherwood believes this is Ndombele’s last chance to succeed with Spurs during an interview with Optus Sport (via Spurs Web). 

Sherwood states that after three managers, the fourth should be the final chance for the 24-year-old, even if it means Tottenham takes a loss on their initial investment. 

“It’s the last-chance saloon for [Tanguy] Ndombele. I’m sure there’s someone on the continent. They certainly won’t get their money back,” Sherwood said.

“It’s not worked out, but sometimes you have to look in the mirror. He’s seen off three managers, and I’m sure [Antonio] Conte will be seeing him off if he doesn’t start performing.”

Spurs paid €62-million, and they’ll hope to get at least half of that money back should they decide to move on from the midfielder. The next couple of months will show whether Ndombele has a place on Conte’s squad heading forward or if he will pack his bahs for a one-way ticket out of the club. 

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CowSpurs
CowSpurs
1 month ago

Tanguy has pocketed £200k per week under Poch, Jose, Mason, Nuno and now Conte. He doesn’t have to work another day in his life. To be fair he hasn’t worked much in this contract! He’s laughing at everyone associated with Spurs. Why fans still believe in this charlatan is beyond me. Each to their own I suppose.

Len
Len
1 month ago

Carrying Tim Sherwood quotes. Priceless!!!

at large
at large
1 month ago

There should be a rule here where you don’t print anything Sherwood has to say about anything.

Jay
Jay
1 month ago

It’s in Tanguy’s interest to put everything into finding his best form now more than ever. Levy must be extremely reluctant to sell him for half the price he paid, so if he doesn’t? He will end up languishing as a fringe player and we all know he HAS to be centre of attention or he doesn’t play well.. So it is a catch 22

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