Once Tottenham Hotspur’s record transfer fee but now Moussa Sissoko is an outcast in north London with substitute appearances often the best he can hope for and despite losing his place at Spurs, Wolves legend Steve Bull would love to see him at Molineux.
Sissoko often spoke about wanting a big-money move away from Newcastle United and he eventually got his wish after Euro 2016 when Spurs signed him for £30 million on deadline day pipping Everton to his signature.
Would Sissoko be a good signing for Wolves?
However, dropping down a level to Wolves could see Sissoko thrive, much like he did for the Magpies as he could feel like a big fish in a smaller pond and also bringing something different that neither Joao Moutinho nor Ruben Neves possess which is raw pace and strength.
If Tottenham aren’t going to sell Harry Kane this summer then it’s likely that they will have to sell some squad players who aren’t necessary and Bull would love to ee Wolves swoop in for Sissoko, he explained why exclusively to This is Futbol:
“He’s a quality player and I’m not sure why Newcastle didn’t keep him if he’s a good player, but I would certainly take him all day long.”
Sissoko was one of the favoured member’s of the squad under former manager Jose Mourinho but since he left, the midfielder was handed just one minute of Premier League action by Rason Mason which could be a sign of what’s to come next season under yet another new boss.
The 31-year old’s career has certainly not hit the heights expected by many people from his time at St James’ Park where he netted 12 times and registered 19 assists in 133 appearances, compared to just five goals and 16 assists in 202 appearances for Spurs.