- Tanguy Ndombele is certain that he will be leaving Tottenham at the end of the season
- The French midfielder had a row with Spurs Jose Mourinho in the past few weeks
- Juventus and Barcelona are reportedly on standby for the creative midfielder this summer
Tanguy Ndombele has insisted that he would be leaving Tottenham in the summer after falling out with Jose Mourinho, reports claim.
The £65million club-record signing was an unused substitute in Spurs' 1-0 win over Everton in a Monday night Premier League fixture.
The Frenchman has only played 19 minutes after clashing with the Portuguese boss, with his last start coming in the 1-1 draw against Burnley.
But Ndombele was subbed off in the match in the first half and was criticized by Mourinho for his under-par performance in the game.
It is understood that Mourinho and Ndombele clashed on the training ground which the former Man United boss has denied.
French news media outlet L'Equipe claims that the former Lyon star has had enough and his representatives are already looking for another club for their client.
And Ndombele has been linked with Spanish champions Barcelona and Italian kings Juventus but no serious offers have been made yet.
Juve are reportedly looking to make a swap deal with Aaron Ramsey but spurs owner Daniel Levy has denied plans to sell the midfielder.
Levy has now insisted that Ndombele remains in their plans for the future but it seems the damage has already been done with Ndombele being used as a scapegoat for Mourinho's slip-ups.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Eric Dier has thrown his weight behind under-pressure Jose Mourinho ahead of their Premier League clash with Everton.
The England international has branded suggestions that the Portuguese boss has lost his dressing room as crazy.
The Lily Whites were defeated by Sheffield United 3-1 over the weekend which has seen Spurs slipped to the bottom half of the table.
Legit.ng also reported that Tottenham vs Everton ended 1-0 in favour of Jose Mourinho's side as Spurs keep their hopes of playing in Europe next season alive.
An own by Micheal Keane separated both sides as the Lily Whites move to eighth on the Premier League table while Everton dropped to 11th.
The win was Spurs' fifth clean sheet of the season since Mourinho became manager of the north London club back in November and became the fifth boss to record 200 wins 362 matches in the English topflight division.
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