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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans react as Antonio Conte wants to sell Tanguy Ndombele

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A whole host of Tottenham Hotspur fans on Twitter have flocked to the latest news that Antonio Conte is looking to sell Tanguy Ndombele.

Since the arrival of Conte at Tottenham Hotspur, Ndombele has been handed just 23 minutes across all competitions and was even benched against Leeds United, with the new manager preferring Harry Winks to the club’s record signing.

According to Football Insider, Conte does not believe that Ndombele can change his ways and thus wants to bring in his own new players that can follow his instructions more closely.

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A lot of Spurs fans on Twitter have reacted on Twitter to this Ndombele claim.

What have these Tottenham fans been saying about Antonio Conte’s claim on Tanguy Ndombele?

“I’ll miss you ndomballer but pls pack your bags”

@godwinobiakor_

“Thank God… on his wage he’s been absolutely disgraceful up to now…”

@Sadaharu231

“Good riddance. But Jose said the same and the media and the fans went for Jose’s head.”

@alok_TTID

“Whether it’s true or not.. he has not been fancied by 4 managers and there is a reason for this. Big waste of money when he has so much talent and potential.|”

@Tams_THFC

“Brutal. All eyes on Lo Celso & Dele”

@TonySpurano

“SIUUUUUU”

@thfc_arav

“About time, he’s a waster…..”

@clivetomkins1

“Finally some action to be taken on him…”

“Please let this be true

It says a lot about Ndombele if he can’t be handed appearances or even trusted by Conte when Giovani Lo Celso is currently out injured while Winks had only started one league match before Sunday, and still, the Frenchman can’t find himself starting in the Premier League.

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