PSG in ‘advanced negotiations’ over loan deal for Tottenham outcast

Lewis Oldham
PSG target Ndombele

PSG are in ‘advanced negotiations’ with Tottenham Hotspur over a loan deal for their midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, according to reports.

Spurs are eager for their midfielder to leave before the transfer window closes on Monday.

Ndombele has not featured for Tottenham in recent weeks as he has been training on his own. 

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Mauricio Pochettino signed the Frenchman during his time at the Londoners. He is now PSG manager and he is keen to sign the midfielder on loan.

The Telegraph are reporting that PSG are ‘close to agreeing a deal’ for Ndombele.

The report states that the French outfit want to secure a loan deal for the midfielder that includes an option to buy in the summer.

Spurs meanwhile want the player’s ‘wages covering in full’ and for there to be an ‘obligation to buy’

Speaking last week, Antonio Conte admitted that there is a “very big gap” between Tottenham and Chelsea:

“This is not the right moment to speak, the club know very well what I think. There is not one transfer market to close the gap. In the last few years, this gap became very big and now it is not simple to find a solution in a short time.

“I am only focused to work until the end, we have four months to try and give everything, but if we think we solve the situation with the transfer market, it is not the reality. You need many years, but for sure we have to start.

“You have to sell or loan players and it is difficult. Then you have to find the right players for you. You can only start this process but you need many years.

“It won’t be easy, I spoke with the club and am totally in this position of the club to work and improve the situation on the pitch.

“I am enjoying my time at Tottenham, we have four months to work and get the best possible result. I am proud of the effort. Sometimes you can push 100% but it is not enough.”

On Dele Alli: “I don’t want to comment on single players. There is the club to make the best decision. There is a sporting director and chairman and they take the last decision.”