This could be somewhat of a breathtaking twist in the tale of Tanguy Ndombele’s troubling time at Tottenham Hotspur. Alan Scott for The Sun has picked up a piece in Le10Sport, and discovered that there could be an oven-ready solution for Daniel Levy’s latest headache.
The French outlet believes that Marseilles have fallen victim to the curse of the Financial Fair Play regulations, and using back of a cigarette packet mathematics, need to rustle up in the region of €100million to balance their books. And that the sale of Morgan Sanson could go a long way to rustling up the requisite readies.
Le10Sport then reminds us of some sympathy in the mix, namely that José Mourinho “intends to make use of the strength of André Villas-Boas, his Portuguese compatriot“, although it still makes me smirk to the think of AVB recommending any player he liked all that much, to sign for Spurs!
Tanguy cost Tottenham a record £65million. Morgan Sanson would cost £36million on a good day, according to The Sun.
Something needs to happen, and this option includes Mr. Levy earning on top. So this is one to watch.