‘According to our information Tottenham will disburse the sum of 63 million euros, plus bonus, to recover Ndombele and consolidate his midfield, greatly weakened by injuries last season. The player already agrees to sign up for a five-year contract with the London club.‘Telefoot
A five-year deal has been agreed and the fee is €63million rising with various add-ons.
IF true, then one might imagine that an announcement will follow imminently.
The securing of a major European talent goes way beyond the usual fluff about ‘a signal of intent’.
The sole issue of importance here is that Levy has done as he was told for once and not just listened to his manager but acted upon the guidance.
I’ll double down on my previous pass given to our illustrious president; if Tanguy NDombele doesn’t work – goes all Vincent Janssen on us – then Levy won’t hear any bleating from me.
It’s Poch’s baby and it is his responsibility to get a tune out of the 22-year-old Frenchman.
Taking so long to replace Mousa Dembele has been quite enough of a genuine crime, without seeking to invent other charges.
So does Levy get a round of applause for eventually doing the right thing?
For this, he simply earns his salary, for once. Or does one also give the postman a round of applause for getting the right letters through the right letterboxes?