Dembele days at Spurs numbered?

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According to Sky Sports the club are willing to let Mousa Dembele leave the club in the summer and France midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia is on a shortlist of replacements.

The article describes how Dembele, 30, has struggled with injury problems at Tottenham this season and is out of contract in 2019 and that both AC Milan and Inter Milan are keen on signing the Belgium international.

However it says that Tottenham do not want to let him go until the end of the season.

It adds that the Belgium international turns 31 this year and has entered the last 18 months of his contract but Spurs are unlikely to let him leave this month but they have began scouting for his long-term replacement, are drawing up a list of targets which includes Valencia’s Geoffrey Kondogbia.”
Kondogbia is currently on-loan at La Liga side Valencia from Inter Milan.The 24-year-old has scored three goals in his 10 league games this season.

So are Mousa’s days numbered? Have injuries caught up with him? Let us know your thoughts

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  1. Shame he’s been great for us and a loss if true so the hunt will continue to find a quality replacement won’t it mr levy ?

  2. I think Poch is likely to look closer to home than go for Geoffrey Kondogbia. Considering it will likely cost Spurs upwards of €40m for Kondogbia, Poch will look at Josh Onomah first. Which does make sense. He already knows the system and Poch speaks highly of him. Also, hasn’t Valencia agreed a permanent deal for Kondogbia?

    Of course Spurs are looking at a replacement for Dembélé. He is 30 going 31. He did have surgery in the off-season for his problematic ankle, which in itself took time heal, and to get back to original sharpness and fitness. Re-injuring it again in September didn’t help either. However with injuries such as this, your body compensates so you put further strain on other areas. Much in the same way Danny Rose was out for the length he was. Only to return and have problems with the same knee and the surrounding muscles. As did Lamela, who also had numerous breakdowns on his road to recovery. Spurs do miss his drive in midfield, which also lost Wanyama for the better part of this season. Winks also go injured so when Dembélé did play, he had to adjust for Dier and/or So-so-Sissoko.


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