José Mourinho, manager of Tottenham Hotspur, demanded that despite everything has faith in record marking Tanguy Ndombele, adding that the Frenchman can make something happen still.
Ndombele has encountered a troublesome presentation season in England marred by wellness and structure issues and as of late winds up sidelined by Mourinho, however gossipy tidbits about a crack in the relationship between the two have been released.
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, of Southampton, has been praised as a potential replacement for the grieved Frenchman, who is said to have told Mourinho he plans to depart this summer, yet the manager maintained that Ndombele despite everything has time to take care of business.
Mourinho said about Ndombele via The Telegraph: “On the off chance that you don’t have talent, you don’t have any chance. In the event that you have talent, you have a chance. Football is brimming with players who have made troublesome starts and then finished well. When Luka Modrić arrived at Real Madrid after a half year he was labeled the most noticeably terrible marking in their history. A couple of months later he was a champion, at that point a couple of months later he was a European champion and then a couple of months later he has cast a ballot the best player in the world. So when the talent is there many things that can happen with adaptation.”
So far this season, Ndombele has played just 12 Premier League games and has been an unused substitute in the two Spurs’ matches since the restart, however, Mourinho demands that getting great players on the seat is an image of the consistency of a squad.
He added: “At the point when you are a major club and you want to be a greater club, you have heaps of enormous players, you don’t have fix or six, 10 or 11, you have loads of excellent players. At the point when you have bunches of good players, you have loads of alternatives. You can face the season, you can face all the rivalries and then the players, the fans, you the press, everybody has to understand that when you have heaps of good players, you can just start matches with 11.”
He continued: “In many different clubs, it would seem that it’s entirely expected to have great players on the seat. You go to United, you go to Liverpool, you go to Real Madrid, you go to Barcelona, Bayern Munich has bunches of top players on the seat. That is normal. In Tottenham, what I feel is each time a top player is on the seat it’s a drama and the players have to understand that it is anything but a drama. You have to understand it is anything but a drama and everyone has to understand it is anything but a drama.”