French midfielder Tanguy Ndombele who finds himself out of favour at Tottenham Hotspur under Antonio Conte has reportedly rejected approaches from Everton and Fulham in favour of joining Napoli in the Serie A. (Areanapoli)

Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano revealed on Monday that the Frenchman’s loan move to the Serie A club is on the verge of being completed and that the Italian club

Ndombele is among the players who have been training alone since the start of the pre-season after being told by Antonio Conte that he has no future at Hotspur Way and that he can leave the club. (Mirror)

The talented Frenchman spent the second half of last season out on loan at French outfit Olympique Lyon after falling out of favour, only for the Ligue 1 side to decide not to make the loan move permanent. (Sky Sports)

Romano has revealed that Spurs have accepted a loan proposal from the Italian club for an initial fee of €1m (£840,000) with an option to make the deal permanent for €30m (£25.3m).

Our View

If Ndombele chose to join Serie A over a Premier League rival, it is a good thing for us because the Frenchman is definitely a talented player and him going to another league means there are lesser chance for him to come back and bite us.

The Frenchman’s time at Hotspur Way has been rather miserable with the player struggling to live up to the huge record transfer fee that we spent for him to sign him from Lyon. Albeit just a loan, Spurs will be happy to see the back of the player and will hope that Napoli sign him permanently next summer.