Is it impossible to see Tanguy Ndombele (26, loan from Galatasaray) as a reformist?
Britain’s ‘Football London’ reported on the 31st (Korean time), “Ndombele is following a planned diet program at the club’s training ground, but he was found to be eating junk food at home, such as ordering hamburgers at the hotel.”
He continued: “After being found to be 6kg overweight, Ndombele was told he would not play for the team until he got down to 75kg.
Galatasaray manager Okan Buruk is furious with the midfielder’s eating habits. Ndombele’s loan is for 1 month. 지울프-토토
It could end in March and Tottenham are looking at a loan from another team,” he added.
Ndombele wore a Tottenham uniform in the summer of 2019 for a base fee of 60 million euros (approximately 86 billion won) and an add-on fee of 10 million euros (approximately 14 billion won).
His contract period was six years until June 2025, and his weekly salary was set at 200,000 pounds (about 329 million won).
Ndombele, who was showing disappointing form, had an accident in the More Comvision match of the English FA Cup in the 2021-22 season.
In a situation where the team was losing, he was ordered to be substituted, but he walked away and got out.
As a result of this, he was impressed by Antonio Conte, the manager at the time, and was transferred on loan through the winter transfer market.
From then on, Ndombele was a player who did not exist at Tottenham. Olympique Lyonnais, Naples, and even Galatasaray.
He is just renting. Newly appointed coach Enze Postecoglou also had no intention of using Ndombele. He can’t even get a starting role at Galatasaray.
He has played in 7 official matches so far, with only one starting appearance. The rest were brought in at the end of the second half.
It even caused problems. According to ‘Football London’, Ndombele is known to have eaten unauthorized junk food.
At the same time, his weight increased to 81 kg, making him overweight. Regarding this, Galatasaray coach Buruk was very angry.
It could be returned as early as the transfer market in January.
A low, complete transfer fee of 15 million euros (approximately 21.5 billion won) was included in this contract, but there is no reason for Galatasaray to invoke it.
If the lease is terminated, he will have to look for a loan to another club.