Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Tanguy Ndombele has accepted that he needs to work hard to get back into head coach Nuno’s team, according to The London Evening Standard.
What’s the story?
The London Evening Standard are reporting this morning that Ndombele has spoken to Nuno and Tottenham managing director of football Fabio Paratici about his situation.
Following the talks, the France international midfielder has ‘accepted that he needs to work hard to return to the side’.
The report has claimed that the 24-year-old told Spurs during the summer transfer window that he wanted to leave.
Ndombele has yet to play for Spurs this season, but now that the midfielder is staying at the North London club, he hopes to feature in the Europa Conference League match against Rennes next week.
Positive for Tanguy Ndombele and Tottenham
Now that the summer transfer window has closed, it only makes sense for Ndombele to be reintegrated into the Tottenham team.
There is no point in the Frenchman not playing in the coming weeks and months.
Of course, the 24-year-old will have to work hard and has to show Nuno what he is capable of.
For Nuno, it would make sense to have a good option in Ndombele available to him.
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