Moussa Sissoko believes Tanguy Ndombele can repay Spurs' faith

04 July 2020 09:30
The Tottenham midfielder on working with José Mourinho, his first major injury and helping France teammate Tanguy Ndombele settle in his first year in north LondonMoussa Sissoko is considering the situation of Tanguy Ndombele. “Maybe because I am like his big brother, I am a good example because nothing was easy for me at the beginning,” the Tottenham midfielder says of his teammate.Sissoko is close to Ndombele, for whom Spurs paid a club record fee to Lyon last July. It was widely reported at £55m but is now believed to have been closer to £60m. Sissoko had previously played with Ndombele for France and he was always going to look out for him in north London. But it is easy to see that the parallels in their personal stories have helped to deepen the connection. Related: José Mourinho backs Tanguy Ndombele to step out of the shadows at Spurs Tanguy has come from another country, another culture, he doesn't speak the language. I'm sure he will be a success Related: How much longer will Harry Kane tolerate a career without trophies? | Barry Glendenning Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian