As reported by Foot Mercato, PSG’s pursuit of Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele remains in flux with other clubs offering to match Paris’ salary and loan offer as the Ligue 1 side struggle to move on the required player to make room for Ndombele’s arrival.
Spurs are open to a loan deal provided they do not have to cover the player’s salary and both Everton and Valencia are offering, like PSG, to pay his entirely wage for the rest of the season.
Unlike the others, PSG need to let a player leave before they can sign Ndombele and have offered Spurs Julian Draxler, Danilo Pereira, Leandro Paredes and Ander Herrera but the London club are not interested in any of them. Other options simply don’t want to leave PSG. The impending sale of young midfielder Éric Junior Dina Ebimbe would not change things say the outlet but Layvin Kurzawa’s exit could feasibly allow the move to proceed, however.
Although the player has been considering his options, Ndombele’s priority remains PSG and is not interested in Everton but could take the Valencia option. Atlético Madrid have shown interest too but have yet to make an offer with Roma and Napoli also positioning themselves.