The latest reports from France indicate that Tottenham Hotspur are not prepared to take any financial loss on the club record transfer fee they paid to sign Tanguy Ndombele last summer.
Multiple reports have claimed that Tottenham are in negotiations with Inter Milan for the former Lyon man’s departure this summer, with the possibility of a swap deal involving Milan Skriniar being suggested (Sky Sports Italia via Sempre Inter).
It is claimed that Inter are in talks with the Lilywhites over a possible deal but it is said that the Serie A giants are a long way away from reaching an agreement.
Meanwhile, it is suggested that Paris Saint-Germain have not given up hope of landing the French international.
It is alleged that the Ligue 1 champions would prefer a loan deal for Ndombele but the Lilywhites have made it clear that the midfielder will only leave North London if their asking price is met.
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Daniel Levy is one to usually take a hardball stance while negotiating the sale of a sought-after asset. I am not surprised that he is demanding the full fee that Spurs paid to Lyon for the midfielder last summer.
The difficulty Spurs find themselves in is that Ndombele’s value is only going to drop even further if he finds himself on the bench again next season. I suspect we will eventually see him sold to Inter this summer, with Skriniar coming the other way.
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