Serge Aurier has reacted to a clip of Tanguy Ndombele and Son Heung-min seemingly having a light-hearted disagreement during training. 

Aurier’s four-year spell at Tottenham ended this summer after the right-back’s contract was mutually terminated and the 28-year-old eventually signed for Villarreal.

The former Paris Saint-Germain man was certainly a popular figure in the dressing room during his time in North London.

Along with Moussa Sissoko, who left for Watford during the summer, and Tanguy Ndombele, he formed the infamous La Mafia, in opposition to the Welsh mafia that Gareth Bale, Ben Davies and Joe Rodon created last season.

Son and Ndombele seemed to be having a friendly argument during training at Hotspur Way this week (clip below).

Reacting to the clip, Ndombele posted on his Instagram story: “Are you acting crazy now?” along with laughing emojis.

The 24-year-old then posted another comment stating: “You were right @moussasissokoofficel it’s all Son’s fault for this.”

Aurier then got involved, suggesting that the breakup of La Mafia was to blame for it.

The former Spurs man wrote: “When the mafia isn’t here, the lizard becomes a croc.”

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It is great to see Ndombele seemingly coming out of his shell over the last two years. There were reports during the summer that he wanted out of the club after Aurier and Sissoko left. However, the 24-year-old has evidently formed a good rapport with several members of the Spurs squad including Son. 

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