There’s no denying that plenty of Paris Saint-Germain supporters want the club to address the midfield and finally have a long-term plan for that position.
Since the departures of Thiago Motta, Blaise Matuidi, and even Adrien Rabiot, it seems as though it’s Marco Verratti and other spare parts. Over the past few transfer windows, supporters have circled targets that the capital club could pursue to address the matter, but to no avail.
One of these targets was Tanguy Ndombele. Before arriving at Tottenham Hotspur, Parisien supporters were salivating in hopes that PSG would pursue the France international. Nonetheless, Ndombele decided to head to the Premier League.
Despite departing for Spurs in 2019, Ndombele has left the door open to potentially play for his hometown club. The 24-year-old is a native of Longjumeau, a suburb of Paris, and is intrigued about suiting up for PSG one day during an interview with Téléfoot.
“I am a boy from the Paris region. Wear the Paris jersey one day, why not,” Ndombele said. “Yes, I spoke with Kylian about a possible coming to PSG. Two, three years in a row, we discussed it. It did not happen, and today at Tottenham, it is going well, but why not later.”
Perhaps one-day, Ndombele can come home and finally help his hometown club fix the midfield that’s long been an issue for the French giants.
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