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Bundesliga Outfit Bayer Leverkusen Show Interest In Tanguy Ndombele


If you were to sum up Tanguy Ndombele’s time at Tottenham, you would have to say it has been nothing short of anti-climactic and after the North London outfit broke their transfer record in 2019, his arrival from Lyon was highly anticipated.

However, an inability to find favour with any of the Tottenham managers who have been in charge since his arrival, has all but put paid to his time with Spurs and with the transfer window soon to slam shut, many wonder if Ndombele could be shown the exit door.

With a £55m fee being required to land his signature from Lyon three years ago, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will be loathed to take any form of financial hit on a sale and that is why a loan move is favoured by the club’s hierarchy.

One that has triggered the interest of several European outfits and although PSG are believed to be frontrunners in this race, Bayer Leverkusen have made no secret of their own interest in Ndombele.

Whether that interest is enough to tempt the man in question, remains to be seen and with the Ligue 1 giants offering a return route back to France, then the current stance is one of thanks but no thanks towards Bayer Leverkusen.

With Tottenham currently priced at 7/4 to finish in the top-four of this Premier League season, their Champions League aspirations are on something of a knife-edge and the movement of players in the next week, is going to be incredibly important.

Which is why exits may have to be made before arrivals can land in N17 and with a loan fee going someway to funding permanent purchases elsewhere.

Which means, if Tottenham cannot move the pieces of their own jigsaw around, it could well hamper the resurgence that Antonio Cone is currently overseeing – one that sometimes sees him work with both hands his behind his back.

After trudging off against Morecambe in the F.A. Cup recently, many consider Ndombele’s time at the club to already be finished and now it seems as if the midfielder must decide between a switch back to France or the new challenge of the Bundesliga.