Napoli have been offered the chance to sign Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, according to Calciomercato.com.
The Lowdown: On-air Sky Sports claim
Sky Sports recently provided an on-air update regarding Tottenham’s club-record signing.
They suggested that Ndombele would ‘consider’ a move elsewhere during the January transfer window, however, they described a possible exit as ‘complex’ due to his contract situation.
Italian and Spanish clubs have held talks regarding a swoop for the 25-year-old, and it seems as if Fabio Paratici has now offered Ndombele, who Jose Mourinho labelled as ‘magnificent’, to a specific Serie A side.
The Latest: Napoli link
Calciomercato.com shared a story on Thursday lunchtime, revealing Ndombele isn’t part of Antonio Conte’s plans.
As a result, Spurs have offered the Frenchman’s services to Napoli, however, Ndombele’s salary is ‘definitely’ out of reach for the Serie A side.
The Verdict: Sell
Ndombele was open to an exit over the summer, and his view seemingly hasn’t changed in 2022, so Paratici should be looking to sell over the coming weeks.
The central midfielder has started just ten games in all competitions this season, with just one of those coming under Conte in the Premier League.
He’s picking up a whopping £200,000-a-week in north London – the joint-most at the club – and hasn’t been a key player under Conte, and if the Italian is willing to sell, that’s what should happen before the month is out.
In other news: Alasdair Gold drops ‘positive update’ as Tottenham close in on first piece of major Jan business.
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