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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans discuss Ndombele claim

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Many Tottenham Hotspur fans have been discussing the latest update involving Tanguy Ndombele that recently emerged on social media.

Journalist Fabrizio Romano recently talked about Ndombele on the latest episode of the ‘Here We Go’ podcast. He revealed that Daniel Levy turned out to be key in keeping Ndombele at Spurs in the summer transfer window. Jose Mourinho was ready to move the midfielder on but Levy was keen to keep the player at the North London-based side. He also said that Inter will now not return for the Frenchman.

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This update was relayed on Twitter by TranSpurs recently. It caught the attention of many Spurs fans and they made their opinion clear about this news.

What did Spurs fans make of this update involving Tanguy Ndombele?

Was Levy right to keep Ndombele at the club?





Ndombele was linked with a move to Inter Milan in the summer transfer window and Spurs were in talks with the Nerazzurri to sell the Frenchman. There was also the possibility of a swap deal involving Milan Skriniar as Mourinho viewed the Slovakian as a potential replacement for Jan Vertonghen (as per the Guardian).

Barcelona were also linked with a move to sign the former Lyon midfielder and had offered centre-back Samuel Umtiti and right-back Nelson Semedo in a potential deal (as per Sky Sports).

Some other Spurs fans also began talking about this update involving Ndombele and they seemed happy that Levy wanted to keep the player at the club.

Mourinho has already praised Ndombele this season and he believes that one can feel his happiness at the club. This is quite different from how the Portuguese had criticised Ndombele after Spurs’ draw against Burnley last season.

He has now played every single game in the Premier League this season and scored against Manchester United. So things clearly look positive for the 23-year-old and if it was Levy who wanted to keep him, he deserves credit for making that decision.

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