- Tanguy Ndombele and Jose Mourinho appear to be enduring a strained relationship just days into the EPL restart
- Ndombele is yet to feature in two of Spurs' matches the club has played since the resumption of the English league
- It is believed the midfielder could be on his way out of the north London club even as PSG and Barcelona wait on the wings to sign him
Tanguy Ndombele could be headed for the exits this summer after the Tottenham midfielder reportedly told Jose Mourinho he never wants to play for him again.
Ndombele only signed for Spurs in a club record £55 million transfer deal last summer but he has failed to live up to his billing.
Spurs saw off stiff competition from several European clubs to land the services of Ndombele.
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However, at the time, former boss Mauricio Pochettino is said to have raised concerns over the Frenchman’s fitness levels.
The arrival of Mourinho as manager has not overturned his fortunes either with the Frenchman currently out of favour.
The former Lyon star is yet to feature for Spurs since the resumption of the Premier League, only making the bench in his side's 2-0 win over West Ham on Tuesday night, June 23.
Mourinho appeared desperate to give Ndombele a second chance during the Premier League suspension as the two flouted lockdown guidelines to have extra training sessions.
But it appears the midfielder is yet to gain the faith of his manager, with Metro UK citing French sources reporting the 23-year-old informed Mourinho he is not keen to play for him again.
The two are said to be enduring a strained relationship and are no longer on speaking terms.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Jose Mourinho has responded to Paul Merson's criticisms about his tactics which the former Arsenal star claims that Tottenham striker Harry Kane could leave the club.
The England captain who had not featured for Spurs since his hamstring problem in January, made his return from injury during their 1-1 draw with Man United.
The 26-year-old had a few opportunities in the match as Tottenham had to defend in most part of the game against Mourinho's former employers but he found the back of the net against West Ham in a 2-0 win.
However, Merson questioned how long Kane will want to play under Mourinho.
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