Tottenham has been told to get rid of Tanguy Ndombele now and replace him with a player that is a better fit for their dressing room.
Although the Frenchman has four more seasons left on his current deal at the club, he might not be in the plans of Nuno Espirito Santo.
He was left out of the team for their high-profile friendly against Arsenal recently in a move that seems to show that he hasn’t done well enough to impress Nuno Santo.
He had struggled to get in the good books of Jose Mourinho in the last campaign, but he eventually started making good progress in that regard.
The midfielder seems to have regressed in his progress and former Leeds United striker, Noel Whelan, believes this is the best time for them to sell him and bring a better player in.
He warns that the Frenchman’s poor attitude could rub off on others if they don’t get rid of him now.
Whelan told Football Insider: “They’ve had problems with Ndombele before.
“He has not been an easy player to deal with since he came into the club. Jose Mourinho found that out.
“I think Hojbjerg is a similar kind of player to Ndombele. Do you need both of them? Probably not. There is enough midfield players at Spurs.
“Ndombele has got better and better but I do not think he is indispensable.
“When players are not happy and do not fit into a culture or dressing room of players, the best thing to do is get them out and get as much money as possible for them.
“Get him out and bring in someone else swiftly, a player who is a better fit for the changing room. You cannot have disgruntled players because it will spread.”