Tottenham wants to offload Tanguy Ndombele in this transfer window and the Frenchman also wants out.
However, Daniel Levy could price him out of a move away from the club, according to Football London.
Ndombele hasn’t reached the heights expected of him when he first came to Spurs in 2019.
He has been plagued by inconsistency and has started this campaign as he did the last one.
He was out of the first-team picture under Jose Mourinho, who insisted that he wasn’t doing enough to get near the first team.
He has started this season out of favour with Nuno Espirito Santo and it seems it might take a while before he is part of the senior side again.
Tottenham is open to cashing in on him now, however, after breaking their transfer record to sign him the same Football London reports says Daniel Levy will not allow him to go on a cheap.
The report claims that this could see Ndombele stay because few clubs will splash the cash to sign him right now and there are no proposals as of yet.
He is one player who, alongside the likes of Serge Aurier and Moussa Sissoko, can leave the club, but it has to be for the right price.