As a Tottenham transfer exit looms, Tanguy Ndombele could join one of six clubs.


As a Tottenham transfer exit looms, Tanguy Ndombele could join one of six clubs.

Tanguy Ndombele embarrassed Tottenham by sulking down the tunnel after being sent off against Morecambe, and his departure from north London appears to be a foregone conclusion – with Spurs hoping to offload him this month.

Tottenham may have escaped an FA Cup scare against Morecambe on Sunday, but Tanguy Ndombele’s time in north London appears to be coming to an end.

After being replaced by Oliver Skipp, the midfielder trudged off to a chorus of jeers.

Despite earning a healthy £200,000-a-week as the club’s record signing, Ndombele has shown he is uninterested in wearing a Tottenham shirt for some time.

According to The Athletic, Ndombele wants to leave, and Spurs want him gone as well, but there is a stalemate because the Frenchman’s excessive wages aren’t backed up by notable performances.

But Ndombele’s rage down the tunnel as his team trailed to Morecambe said it all, and both the player and the club will be desperate to sanction a January move, as long as Tottenham can find someone willing to offer the Frenchman the package he requires.

Brinkwire Sport examines six options available to Ndombele as his time at Tottenham appears to be dwindling…

Ndombele had his first taste of success in France, and with Paris Saint-Germain in the market for a midfielder, it’s possible that the Tottenham outcast could be offered a chance at the Parc des Princes.

Georginio Wijnaldum, the club’s newest signing, is still stuttering, and the Dutchman is said to want a return to the Premier League, which could open the door for Ndombele if they sell him.

PSG appears to be playing the waiting game for Paul Pogba, but if they become frustrated with the Frenchman’s contract situation, they could offer the Tottenham midfielder a deal instead.

The French giants are one of the wealthiest teams in the world, and they showed this summer that they aren’t afraid to show off their wealth by signing lucrative contracts, making it a viable option for Ndombele.

If PSG isn’t wealthy enough to afford Ndombele, Newcastle could be. According to reports, the Magpies are actively looking for a new midfielder this month.

Newcastle has been linked with almost everyone since becoming the world’s wealthiest club at the end of last year, and Kieran Trippier was the club’s first signing to kick off their new era.

Eddie Howe’s team has been linked to a number of things.

The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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