Tottenham Hotspur Midfielder Tanguy Ndombele told his manager Jose Mourinho in a meeting this week that he does not want to work with him anymore.
According to the report, Sources told ESPN that the row erupted during a training session on Monday and then continued in Mourinho’s office at the Tottenham training ground in Enfield, north London. The player had enough continual criticism from the Portuguese trainer since former coach Mauricio Pochettino left last year.
Ndombele, 23, who joined Spurs last summer from Lyon for €62 million, is the most expensive player in the club’s history and one of the highest earners with a salary of £10m a year.
However, since the team went back to training after COVID 19 breaks , Mourinho told the France international that he was still not ready to start and that he was not doing enough during sessions. Ndombele believes he is at 100% of his capacity, yet he stayed on the bench in Spurs’ two games since the restart, against Manchester United and West Ham.
The France Champion PSG is interested in a loan move for France international Ndombele with Thomas Tuchel of Bayern Munich also, chasing his signature.
Ndombele was born in France to parents from D.R. Congolese and has made only six appearances for France national team and 19 for Tottenham after joining from Olympic Lyon in 2019.