There are hours left until the January transfer window closes, and it seems as though Paris Saint-Germain won’t be making any additions to their squad. For the last few days, the capital club has been talking with Tottenham Hotspur over Tanguy Ndombele.
According to Téléfoot journalist Julien Maynard, Ndombele will not be heading to his hometown of Paris to join PSG. The French giants could take on financial responsibilities, but they couldn’t free up a spot on the squad.
For the capital club to land Ndombele, they had to part ways with one or more players. With Eric Junior Dina Ebimbe loan negotiations failing and Kurzawa still not finding a way out, this, therefore, blocks the arrival of the 25-year-old.
The Tottenham midfielder will open the door to a departure to another club since he always prioritized PSG by blocking any exit elsewhere.
However, faced with the difficulty of the file and the obstacles for his signature in Paris, the former Olympique Lyonnais wants to make a quick decision on his future, per RMC Sport.
Everton, Bayer Leverkusen, and Valencia are among the clubs in the running. PSG will therefore have to be quick if they want this transfer to be concluded.