The Lilywhites seemed less than convincing at Burnley as they conceded a late English defender Ashley Barnes goal, but the club will be pleased to have key man Harry Kane back in their ranks.
Interestingly, it emerges as if the North London giants are eyeing a potential raid, as according to an Italian sport newspaper Tuttosport, Spurs are in the race to land Tanguy Ndombele.
Indeed, it’s understood that Spurs, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United are all in the hunt sign the star, while Paris Saint-Germain have been following the Frenchman but most of the attention goes to Serie A giants Juventus.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side still haven’t found a suitable replacement for Belgian midfielder Mousa Dembele, so perhaps the Lyon prized asset could be the man to fill the void left by Mousa.
There have been no talks of a potential price that the club may have to pay for him, but the star will no doubt attract a huge fee with a number of sides in for him and the potential to become a superstar.
The 22-year-old midfielder has even been compared to Manchester United’s key man Paul Pogba by Lyon manager Bruno Genesio, according to an Italian outlet as he stated this:
“I do not like comparisons, but indeed, Ndombele can be a new Pogba. He is strong physically and above all technically.”
“Tanguy with the first touch manages to jump even three players and when he starts dribbling he is difficult to stop. He can play in any position in the midfield.”