Premier League Big money signing Tanguy Ndombole departs Tottenham on mutual agreement

French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele will leave Tottenham after the mutual termination of his contract, say the Premier League club.

Ndombele joined Spurs on a six-year deal from Ligue 1 side Lyon for a then-club record 60m euros (£53.8m) in July 2019. He scored the first of his 10 goals in 91 appearances for the club on debut against Aston Villa.

A statement from Spurs confirmed: “The Club can confirm the departure of Tanguy Ndombele following the mutual termination of his contract, effective from 30 June, upon the conclusion of his current loan spell.

“Signed from Olympique Lyonnais in July, 2019, the midfielder scored on his debut against Aston Villa and went on to make 91 appearances for us in all competitions, scoring 10 goals.

“During his time here, Tanguy had loan spells back at Lyon, Napoli and with Turkish Süper Lig side Galatasaray last season. We should like to wish Tanguy all the best for the future.”

Ndombele still had a year left on his deal with Spurs but both parties have decided to end their partnership from 30 June. He last played for Tottenham in an FA Cup third round tie with Morecambe on 9 January 2022.

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