According to SkySports, Spurs want-away Moussa Sissoko may finally get his desired transfer back to Ligue 1 in the form of recent money-bags Marseille.
Marseille were the subject of a financial take-over in October 2016 and the new Chairman Frank McCourt promised to invest up to £200 million in the club. He told L’Equipe:
“We’re going to put our club back on the road to glory”.
In January, Marseille made the signing of then West Ham star Dimitri Payet for £25 million in McCourt’s ‘OM Champions Project’ to re-invest in the squad.
According to The Mirror, next on Marseille’s ‘to buy’ list is Tottenham’s £30 million flop, Moussa Sissoko, who last month also told L’Equipe he wanted to leave the North-London club.
Additionally, Sissoko was reportedly told to find regular first-team football by France manager Didier Deschamps, so a move to Marseille would be a no brainer for the 27 year old.
However, whether a deal can be struck between the clubs is yet to be seen, as The Mirror also reveals that Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy will look to recoup most of the £30 million spent on the midfielder last Summer.
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