The reason why £30m flop wasn’t in Spurs’ squad last night

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham have reportedly reached an agreement with Fenerbache over the transfer of Moussa Sissoko on a season long loan.

Tottenham signed Sissoko on August 31 back in 2016 for £30m, a price tag that left many Spurs fans reeling.

Since that sensational transfer, Sissoko has gone on to appear 81 times in the white jersey, scoring only 2 goals across his two seasons, with very few stand out performances to speak of.

Many Tottenham fans will be overjoyed at the idea of getting rid of the former-Newcastle star, with a select few arguing that he was never treated fairly by the fans.

Either way, it looks as if Sissoko is finally for the chop in Pochettino’s squad, especially with the emergence of Luke Amos, and the return of Harry Winks.

Should Sissoko be sent out on loan? Would you like to see a permanent transfer?

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  1. No he shouldn’t go out on loan. He’s needed and he’s by no means the frustrating footballer
    he was a couple of seasons back. Dembele will need looking after in terms of appearances,
    Winks can be prone to injuries, but even with all that, Sissoko has a role to play and he can
    play pretty much anywhere. He’s a vital part of this squad, and we’ll need him (if only to take
    the pressure off more favoured players). If we’re going to try and go far in 4 trophies this season,
    we need a squad with depth.


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