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Agreement reached: Tottenham say “very technical” player has now left Spurs

He’s departed after Davinson Sanchez and Tanguy Ndombele.

Tottenham Hotspur have agreed to offload another player following the departures of both Davinson Sanchez and Tanguy Ndombele to Galatasaray, with news coming to light on Maksim Paskotsi.

Who has left Spurs this summer?

The Lilywhites head coach allowed players like Sergio Reguilon, Joe Rodon, Djed Spence, Harry Winks, Alfie Devine, Troy Parrott, and Dane Scarlett to leave either on loan or permanently over the summer transfer window. perhaps the most difficult one to take was star striker Harry Kane’s multi-million pound move to Bayern Munich, with worries surrounding Tottenham’s permanency then beginning to surface.

Prior to the international break, Spurs secured stunning victories in the Premier League over Man United, Bournemouth, and Burnley, scoring nine goals in the process and effectively ending the Kane era.

Additionally, Sanchez, a defender, left Tottenham for Galatasaray on a permanent basis, and Ndombele was loaned to the same team by chairman Daniel Levy of Tottenham.

Journalist Dean Jones told GiveMeSport that the latter player’s predicament was particularly “very strange” and that Ndombele had to go.

Jones continued, “The situation in Ndombele has been very peculiar.”

He ought to be one of the greatest midfielders in the Premier League, but he has never been able to seize the chances. Finally, I’m informed that Tottenham were eager to get rid of him.

He was given a second chance by Ange Postecoglou this summer to establish himself and demonstrate that he might have a future at the club, but he failed to impress, and they just didn’t have place for passengers, so he was forced to move on.

As long as the Turkish window is open, rumors continue to surround players like Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, who was unable to finalize a transfer before September 1, and goalie Hugo Lloris.

Postecoglou’s era has arrived in rip-roaring fashion and there are other squad members, like centre-back Eric Dier, who face very uncertain futures under the Australian.

It will be interesting to see which senior players follow Sanchez and Ndombele out the door.

Makisim Paskotsi, 20, has reportedly left Spurs to join the Swiss team Grasshoppers. This is according to Spurs themselves.

Despite some early plaudits for his enormous potential, the Estonian international has signed with them on a permanent basis and is now permanently departing the club.

Paskotsi did in fact make an appearance for the first team, making his debut in the first leg of their 2021 UEFA Europa Conference League play-off match against Pacos de Ferreira.

What’s been said about Maksim Paskotsi?

The defender just couldn’t get a look-in often enough at Spurs, despite pundit John Wenham previously raving over his potential.

“He came in and instantly made an impression for the Under 18s,” Wenham told Football Insider in 2021.

“As a center back, he scored five goals in a very short period of time, three of them were volleys.We are discussing an extremely technical player who, last season, was called up to the Estonian national team because of a COVID epidemic.

Interestingly, he has maintained his position in that lineup and has six caps at the age of 18.

“Estonia may not be well-liked, but they have achieved some respectable results. They won over Finland and Belarus and left Wales with a really commendable draw.


Club director stunned by who he’s managed to sign from Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur had two high-profile departures earlier this month, with two fringe Spurs players leaving the club.

Tanguy Ndombele, a midfielder, and Davinson Sanchez, a defender, have both joined Galatasaray, according to a statement from Tottenham.

According to BBC Sport, Ndombele has signed with the team on a season-long loan from Spurs with a £12.8 million buyout option.

In the meanwhile, Sanchez signed a four-year, permanent deal worth £8.1 million with Gala after leaving Tottenham.

Ndombele and Sanchez were both highly-paid acquisitions. In 2019, the former joined for an alleged £55 million, while the latter did so for an alleged £42 million.

Both players were acquired by Tottenham for club-record sums, but neither has made a Premier League starting lineup this year under new manager Ange Postecoglou.

Erden Timur, vice-president of Gala, has expressed his happiness at getting both players.

He added that they used the players’ circumstances to their advantage in order to get such late moves through.

As reported by Asist Analiz, Timur stated that Ndombele had four days ago “much more significant opportunities.”

But we took advantage when the transfer window closed, he added.

“We anticipated not receiving Davinson either. The final day, we settled on €9.5 million plus bonuses.

Ndombele was welcomed with much excitement by Tottenham. No one can dispute his potential, but at Spurs, he just hasn’t made an impression.

It’s unfortunate, but it’s not like he hasn’t had chances given that he’s already had two loan moves and the chance to win over various managers.

While Sanchez put in a valiant effort, he ultimately lacked the consistency to establish himself as a regular starter for Tottenham.

We can only hope that Ndombele does well enough for the club to decide to permanently sign him from Tottenham if both shine at Gala.




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