Not only that, but wages of €2.5m/year had also ‘been agreed’ for the Frenchman, but that doesn’t mean the deal will go through.
Sündük reveals that the move for the Tottenham player will entirely depend on the situation surrounding Lucas Torreira and Leandro Paredes.
The Uruguayan appears to be on his way out of Turkey, and Ndombélé could come in to replace him, but it appears the preference for the role, if he is available, would be the Argentine.
Therefore, if Paredes doesn’t come, the Tottenham midfielder would take the place of Torreira, and it’s made clear that Spurs ‘do not demand a fee’ up front to let their player go.
That doesn’t sound a lot like Daniel Levy, but, then again, after all the headaches he has caused in the past, just getting him away from the club for an extra season could be good enough for everyone if Postecoglou really doesn’t want him around.