Tottenham news: Tanguy Ndombele sends firm transfer message after Daniel Levy outgunned

Tanguy Ndombele left Tottenham on loan but has claimed his future at the club is far from over.

Despite leaving on loan for Lyon in January, Tanguy Ndombele has said his Tottenham career is ‘not over.’

Ndomble arrived for a hefty fee in 2019 but failed to live up to the price tag and has spoken about his time in north London.

And after missing out on Luis Diaz last month, Spurs chief Daniel Levy was angry that Liverpool jumped in to steal the player after a price was negotiated between Porto and the north London club.

Tottenham travel to Anfield at the start of May with some added tension in the air.

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Ndombele breaks silence

It never quite worked out for Tanguy Ndombele at Tottenham.

Signed from Lyon for £55million in 2019, a constant change of managers has meant the French midfielder has struggled to adapt which in turn halted his progess.

With Antonio Conte arriving last year and not selecting the 25-year-old, the midfielder secured a loan back to Lyon for the remainder of the season.

But despite it looking like his time with Spurs is done, Ndomble told RMC Sport: “Tottenham is not over, I still belong to the club.”

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Tensions rise with Liverpool

Tottenham thought they had a deal in place with Porto for Luis Diaz.

Spurs chief Daniel Levy negotiated a price down and thought a deal would be done before Liverpool swooped in and stole the winger from under his nose.

This has caused tension between the two clubs according to The Athletic, with Levy ‘furious’ with missing out on a key transfer target.

The pair meet at Anfield in May.

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Identifying the next Kane

The success of Tottenham striker Harry Kane has led to other clubs trying to find their own hidden gems in their academies.

Easier said than done, scouts are now using old school methods and mixing it with data analysis to find the next Kane.

UEFA’s new Elite Scout Programme is an attempt to mix things up and adapt to the ever-changing football landscape.

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