Di Marzio: Milan offered midfielder by Spurs but prefer his 19-year-old team-mate

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have been offered the chance to sign Spurs midfielder Tanguy Ndombele but they appear to prefer his team-mate, a report claims.

Gianluca Di Marzio wrote in a column for Corriere della Sera that the Rossoneri have been offered Ndombele by Tottenham given that he has struggled since joining them in a big money money. Not only that, but it happened very recently as Spurs called after Renato Sanches’ move to Paris Saint-Germain was virtually confirmed, which was last night.

However, Milan find Ndombele’s wage demands too high for the moment and that is why they cannot pursue a move more concretely. An operation they do think they can complete though is one for Pape Matar Sarr.

Spurs have not received a bid for Sarr yet – who spent last season on loan at Metz – but Milan want an initial loan deal for the 19-year-old with the option to make it a permanent deal next summer, while Tottenham only want a dry loan.

Tags AC Milan Pape Matar Sarr Tanguy Ndombele


  1. For christ sake, do not sign Ndombele. He is another Bakayoko. There both crap players. To think Chelsea paid over 40 million for Bakayoko and Ndombele was an expensive signing for spurs. My point is there crap. Maldini should only bring in new players to improve the squad or we don’t bother.

    1. N’Dombele is an outstanding player, unfortunately you are right, I would not want to sign him either. The great shame is that if he would do something about his desire to work off the ball instead of just saying let me have it and I will show you how good I am, he would get into most any team. He needs to be in a league where they give you all the time in the world and never ask you to run, or, get it into his head that he could up his mental attitude and spend the next 5 years being one of the worlds top players and playing for his country too. Who can inspire him?

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