Alasdair Gold from Football London has reported that Tanguy Ndombele is once again considering his Tottenham future this summer.
The journalist revealed Ndombele is understood to be disappointed by the potential departures of Moussa Sissoko and Serge Aurier this transfer window, two of his closest friends in the Tottenham squad.
The French midfielder previously admitted he wanted to leave the North London club just a few weeks into his first tough pre-season under Mauricio Pochettino.
Towards the end of his first season, under the management of Jose Mourinho by then, Ndombele reportedly asked to leave Tottenham, with Daniel Levy having to hold a meeting with the player to convince him to stay.
Another season and it appears Ndombele is once again unsure of his Spurs future, although Spurs continue to believe that he will adapt and thrive. Many in the club would not want to sell their record signing as a flop.
Spurs Web Opinion:
It may be a case of all the skill but not the required attitude with Ndombele. In the Premier League, you need to be willing to work hard every single day. No matter how skilful you are, there are no free passes. He needs to get his head around that quickly.
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