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Report: PSG midfielder isn’t willing to go to Tottenham in a potential swap deal for Tanguy Ndombele
By Eddie Razo -

Tottenham Hotspur wants to move from Tanguy Ndombele, but the transaction is easier said than done. There’s been plenty of interest for the 25-year-old, but his wages are a sticking point. However, the north London club might have a lifeline. 

According to The Athletic, Spurs are in talks with Paris Saint-Germain over a possible deal that would include Ndombele. One deal that’s reported is a loan agreement for the remainder of the season; the other is a potential swap deal. 

RMC Sport‘s Loïc Tanzi is one of the journalists confirming that a swap agreement between the clubs was one that table. 

The French football reporter states that Spurs would like midfielder Leandro Paredes should a swap deal occur, but Tanzi does add that the Argentine has no intention of departing Paris. 

Depending on how badly Tottenham wants Paredes, they’ll have to sell him on the idea of heading to north London. This is where they might lean on Giovani Lo Celso and Cristian Romero to convince their compatriot. 

Nonetheless, if a loan is the route both sides take to get this deal done, Tottenham wants the Ligue 1 side to take 100-percent responsibility for Ndombele’s wages. A move back to France would see the midfielder return to his hometown as he was raised in the suburbs of the French capital. 

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ForzaSpurs
ForzaSpurs
3 months ago

Poch signed Ndombele and now wants him at Psg. Who said that Poch never have any say over signings. Truth is that Poch when given the chance bought rubbish. Him and Levy during their time together at spurs were 2 cheeks of the same backside

Cali
Cali
3 months ago
Reply to  ForzaSpurs

Poch said himself publicly he has nothing to do with signing players and he is not a manager but a coach and he would love to be a manager to involve the signings of players and out goings as well cheers.

ForzaSpurs
ForzaSpurs
3 months ago
Reply to  Cali

Kim Jong un goes on national tv and tells his people that he invented the hamburger

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
3 months ago
Reply to  ForzaSpurs

Incorrect. Poch said he was “the coach” only and not the manager and hence had nothing to do with signings. Do you honestly believe he wanted N’Koudoo? That deal was down to Steve Hitchen’s scouting and baldy.
Oh where did you get the idea PSG wanted N’Dombele? Off SNN clickbait I dare say.

ForzaSpurs
ForzaSpurs
3 months ago

Not clickbait my friend . The ever reliable Fabrizio Romano has reported that spurs and Psg are in talks as we speak. The fact is that Poch had a say into which players he could choose from.He chose. There is no big club on this entire planet where the manager has full control over players . Dont be naive and gullible. Real Madrid ,Barcelona ,Psg and Chelsea all operate this way. Fair enough we cant offer the huge transfer fees because of the bald headed knobhead. But to say that Poch had no say over transfers is just lies. If Ndombele signs for Psg then it will prove he did. Poch was on record saying that he tried to get Sadio Mane to join spurs . Levy just couldn’t pay him the wages. There is other players as well. Lo Celso said his conversations with Poch made him want to join spurs. So if Poch was convincing them players to join he was involved. Poch used us as stepping stone and we used Poch as a stepping stone. We now have Conte who.has won more than Poch as a player and as a manager. Our team might not have improved but our management has and so will tactics.Poch used us last season to get an extension from Psg and if united came calling for him while he was at spurs he was going to jump ship and join them. So I dont really care about Poch.

Archibald&Crooks (SnideChump)
Archibald&Crooks (SnideChump)
3 months ago

“raised in the burbs”
to lounge around all day

Eddie
Eddie
3 months ago

Yeah our two Argies could tell him all about our world class treatment room,they practically live there.

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
3 months ago
Reply to  Eddie

Except when they make miraculous recoveries for international breaks. I’m sure Lo Celso will have pulled something celebrating that 3rd goal at the King Power and will be out for a month.

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