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Breaking news,Club now set to hold meeting with Tottenham about terminating 26-year-old’s loan in January

Galatasaray are reportedly set to hold a meeting with Tottenham Hotspur about terminating Tanguy Ndombele’s loan deal.

According to a recent source, the Turkish powerhouses are hoping to acquire a new midfield player in January.

After failing to make an impression during the preseason under Ange Postecoglou, Tanguy Ndombele left on loan to play in the Super Liga.

Under many managers thus far, the 26-year-old has been unable to establish himself as a regular at Spurs. It would be understandable for many Tottenham supporters to hope that he did well in Turkey in order to get a permanent transfer away from the team.

However, the Frenchman’s experience has been quite different thus far, as he has found it difficult to establish himself on Galatasaray’s team.

In fact, there have already been reports indicating that his “unprofessional behavior” may warrant the termination of his loan.

It appears that Tottenham and the Turkish powerhouse are prepared to meet in order to discuss Ndombele leaving Galatasaray earlier than expected.

Galatasaray set to meet with Tottenham over ending Ndombele loan

Turkish outlet Spor Haberleri reports that Galatasaray are planning to end Ndombele’s loan deal.

It’s noted that negotiations between Spurs and the Super Liga outfit are expected to be held soon.

Indeed, Ndombele has apparently failed to make the most of the opportunities handed to him by Okan Buruk this term.

This season, Ndombele has played in just 10 games across all competitions, but he has accumulated 280 minutes.

Even though Luciano Spalletti’s team won the Serie A championship, the French midfielder failed to have an influence while on loan at Napoli the previous season.

Ndombele undoubtedly possesses the necessary skill to succeed in the Premier League or any other competition.

However, following many unsuccessful loan stints and close calls with Spurs, it could be time for the club to write off their record-breaking £63 million acquisition.

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