Tanguy Ndombele (26, Naples) opened up about Tottenham Hotspur, the original team.
The global media ‘One Football’ reported on the 7th (Korean time) that Ndombele had an interview with French ‘Sofoot’. “There was no other solution at Tottenham,” Ndombele said. “I’m glad I chose Napoli. Under Antonio Conte, I had no choice토토사이트. I wanted to show my worth on the pitch, but I was on the edge of the group. Day one of training with the team. It was passed on to me,” he said.
“I don’t know what my future holds. A lot of fans ask me to come back to Tottenham, but it’s for the clubs to decide. Napoli have the option to buy,” he said. You see it being treated like that.”
Ndombele transferred from Olympique Lyonnais to Tottenham in the summer of 2019 for a transfer fee of 52.4 million pounds (approximately 86 billion won). He received a ‘club record’ and raised a lot of anticipation. His contract was signed for a long time until June 2025, and his weekly wage was reported to be around 200,000 pounds (approximately 327 million won).
He was very disappointed. It was a performance that was far from the highest price. He played 91 games and occasionally showed creativity, but in many ways it was a performance that was more disappointing. In addition, it was pointed out as ‘bad attitude’.
There is a representative example. In the 2021-22 season, in the English FA Cup match against Morecombe, when he received a replacement instruction, he wandered off the ground. At the time, the situation was even more controversial because Tottenham were behind. The incident completely deviated from Conte’s idea.
Ndombele has been on loan to Napoli this season and is playing the ground. His rent is 1 million euros (approximately 1.437 billion won), and a full transfer fee of 30 million euros (approximately 43 billion won) has been set.
He has played 34 official matches so far, scoring 2 goals and 1 assist. Although his number of matches is high, he only plays 1,037 minutes. It’s just a rotational resource.
In this situation, I conducted an interview with the French media, and at the same time as expressing my dissatisfaction with Tottenham, “I do not know what my future will be. Many fans ask me to return to Tottenham. But it is a matter for the clubs to decide.”