Tanguy Ndombele wants to stay at Tottenham and prove he is not a £55m waste of money, according to reports in France.
These reports in France are significant because they come from L’Equipe, who have previously suggested – presumably at the suggestion of Ndombele’s agents – that he is desperate to leave the club.
They now claim that Ndombele and Jose Mourinho have come to an understanding, facilitated by Daniel Levy, who was keen to see his club-record signing thrive.
The Frenchman reportedly told Mourinho three months ago that he wants to leave this summer after playing only a bit-part role in Project Restart.
The pair met again after their break, with L’Equipe claiming the meeting was ‘not particularly warm’ but verging on professional. It is now said that Ndombele ‘does not want to flop’ at the club and is willing to work under Mourinho.
He has appeared as a substitute in Tottenham’s first two games of the season and scored the winner in a pretty joyless victory over Lokomotiv Plovdiv in midweek.
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