Tottenham set to terminate Tanguy Ndombele contract

Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly decided to terminate the contract of Tanguy Ndombele, who will leave as a free agent this summer.

Tanguy Ndombele was on loan at Galatasaray this past season, and he has returned to his parent club Tottenham. According to Foot Mercato, the 27-year-old does not have a future at the North London outfit, and Spurs have decided to part ways with him amicably.

The French midfielder joined Tottenham in 2019 for a fee of around €60 million. But he has never really managed to establish himself as a key player for the club. Ndombele failed to convince multiple managers at Tottenham, and he has had multiple loan spells away from the club as well.

The Frenchman has failed to impress during his loan spells at Lyon, Napoli, and Galatasaray. It is evident that the midfielder is going through a rough patch, and he needs a fresh start. A move away from Tottenham permanently would be ideal for all parties. He was not in Ange Postecoglou’s plans for the upcoming season anyway.

He is still 27 and has time to get his career back on track. It will be interesting to see if the French midfielder can join a club where he can restore his form and confidence. He was regarded as one of the finest young midfield talents in the world when he joined Tottenham.

He has failed to live up to the expectations, and Tottenham should look to cut their losses on him and move on. The North London outfit will not be able to recoup their investment on the player. So, they have decided to cut him loose as a free agent.

Although it represents a huge loss on their investment, Tottenham will be able to save on his wages. The midfielder was on substantial wages at the North London club. It will be interesting to see where he ends up this summer.

Tottenham need to sign a quality midfielder

Tottenham are in need of a technically-gifted central midfielder who will add creativity and control in the middle of the park. It will be interesting to see if they can bring in the right additions and push for trophies next season.

The North London club had a decent 2023/24 season, but they missed out on Champions League qualification. They will be desperate to bounce back strongly and return to the premier European tournament soon. Tottenham have not won a major trophy in a while either, and they will look to end their wait for silverware.

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