The trouble is completely gone but Tottenham will negotiate in January
Tottenham Hotspur in English professional football is more likely to completely dispose of Tangi Ndombele (25), the “troubling” that they had hoped for. Napoli (Italy), who has been hired on loan, is reportedly seeking a permanent transfer.
“Tottenham will meet Napoli during the upcoming winter transfer market in January to discuss the contract for Ndombele’s full transfer,” said Santi Auna, a reporter for the European football transfer market, on social network service (SNS) on the 27th (Korea Standard Time).
Earlier, Tottenham sent Ndombele on loan for a season during the transfer market last summer. At the time, he hoped to leave completely because he was classified outside of his power, such as being excluded from coach Antonio Conte (53, Italy), but it was not easy to sell due to difficulties in transfer negotiations because there were no clubs showing interest. Then it was Naples that appeared.
Ndombele played 18 games (8 starts) as a loan player in Naples this season, scoring 1 goal and 1 assist. The ups and downs that have been pointed out as problems have been reduced, and he is showing good performance by blowing creativity into the attack with his natural soccer intelligence and momentary sense.
Tottenham, however, still have no idea of Ndombele, who is reviving. This is because it does not suit Conte’s tactical style and has already been proven to be unable to adapt to the English Premier League (EPL) stage. As a result, he wants to leave completely to raise funds for the transfer, and Naples expressed its intention to buy it at the right time.
However, the key is the negotiation of transfer fees. According to reporter Auna, Tottenham inserted a full transfer option of 30 million euros (about 40.5 billion won) when it was loaned last summer. Napoli, however, are now reportedly hoping to sign him for a lower price. The two teams are expected to negotiate in January to reach an agreement 안전놀이터
Meanwhile, Ndombele joined Tottenham in the summer of 2019. At that time, he had high expectations by recording 70 million euros (about 94.5 billion won), the club’s highest transfer fee (club record). However, he failed to show any performance at all, and due to frequent injuries, he was not helpful to the team at all, and was stigmatized as “a headache” and “the worst eating and running.”