Moussa Sissoko has sat down with Tanguy Ndombele to interview his compatriot on his first couple of months at Tottenham Hotspur.
Ndombele became Tottenham’s club record signing when the 22-year-old completed a move from Lyon for an initial £53.8m which could rise to £62.8m with incentives (BBC).
The midfielder has been adjusting to life in North London with the help of Sissoko with the Tottenham squad already referring to Sissoko as Ndombele’s big brother (Telegraph).
A debut goal against Aston Villa in front of the single tier south stand at the new Spurs stadium helped to spark the comeback to victory and also featured in the draw at Manchester City, but has missed the last two matches with a slight thigh problem.
Sissoko posed a number of questions to his team-mate including how he is progressing with his English lessons through to what is he already finding as the big differences between playing in France compared to the Premier League.
"How are things going with your English? I'm tired of being your translator!" 🤣
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) September 7, 2019
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