Tottenham in talks with PSG over sending Tanguy Ndombele on loan

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  • Wolves reject £15m Spurs offer for Adama Traoré

  • Captain Hugo Lloris signs contract extension to 2024


Tottenham are in talks with Paris Saint-Germain over a deal to loan Tanguy Ndombele to the Ligue 1 leaders. The midfielder is keen on the move, which could include an option for PSG to buy at the end of the season.

Discussions are being held over what percentage of Ndombele’s salary, if any, Spurs would pay. The transfer would reunite the 25-year-old with Mauricio Pochettino, who made him Tottenham’s record signing for an initial £55.45m in July 2019 and is now in charge of PSG.

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Ndombele’s time at the Premier League club has not been a success, the player showing only flashes of his ability, and he is out of favour under Antonio Conte. Jeered off by Tottenham’s fans when substituted against Morecambe on 9 January, he was not in the squad for the two matches since.

After the Morecambe game Conte said in reference to Ndombele: “You have to be good to change the opinions.” The France international, previously with Lyon, was told by the manager in November that he had to work harder and learn to play “for the best of the team”.

Wolves have rejected Tottenham’s £15m offer for Adama Traoré, who has 18 months left on his contract, and are holding out for £20m. Conte has made the Spain international, who can play at right wing-back or right wing, a key target.

Conte is desperate to make signings, going as far as to suggest that even lower-quality recruits would do. “If there is the opportunity and also if it’s not the best opportunity … we need to do something,” he said before Wednesday’s dramatic late win at Leicester.

The goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has signed a new Spurs contract to 2024. Conte was keen for the captain to stay and the deal was confirmed on Friday. Lloris joined from Lyon in 2012 and has made 395 appearances, including 67 consecutive starts in the league since March 2020.

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