Tottenham Hotspur have made contact with Valencia over the possibility of signing Geoffrey Kondogbia, according to France Football and is further reported in The Sun.
After putting pen to paper on a permanent deal with the La Liga side earlier this summer, following a successful season-long loan deal from Inter Milan. Valencia paid the £22million release clause and he is now under contract until 2022.
The midfielder previously caught the eye during his time at Monaco, but struggled to make an impact during his time in Italy. Following a season of regular football in Spain, he is now looking to put his career back on track.
The French reports claim despite the fact that he only put pen to paper on a permanent deal just months ago, Spurs are still interested in bringing the French international to the Premier League, but is said to be now valued at an eye-watering £72million.
If there is any substance in this report, it begs the question that why didn’t Spurs officials lodge a bid for the 25-year-old before Valencia activated the release clause? The Tottenham transfer merry go round continues to be a laughing stock.
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