It is really hard to believe that Tanguy Ndombele is still registered as a Tottenham player as he has a contract at the club until 2025.
Since the January window of 2021, he hasn’t played a single game for the north London club. He has spent loan spells at Lyon, Napoli, and now Galatasaray, and has failed to please any manager he has played under.
Ange Postecoglou wasn’t willing to give him a chance and sent him away on loan to Turkey. He has managed one start and 94 mins in the league so far, and Galatasaray manager Okan Buruk has ‘lost patience’ with the 26-year-old midfielder.
Buruk apparently is unhappy with Ndombele’s lack of professionalism and attitude. Gala have an option to buy him at the end of the season, but they are now looking to terminate his contract and send him back to north London as early as possible.
Postecoglou should inform the board to tell the player to find another club in January. He doesn’t deserve to play for Spurs.
The current side is top of the table with 26 points after 10 games, and there is no place for Ndombele. Spurs paid a huge fee to sign him, and he has proved to be a major flop.
It seems he has no intention of impressing his manager whilst on loan, and Postecoglou shouldn’t allow him to be anywhere near the training ground. He’s finished.
There is no way he can contribute to the senior side and Ndombele should know that his time at Spurs is coming to an end. In all probability, Galatasaray will terminate Ndombele’s contract in January, and Spurs can either terminate his deal or tell him to find another club.
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