Georges-Kevin N'Koudou wants to return to Tottenham Hotspot this summer and it seems the £ 35,000-a-week (Spotrac) winger will be returning to us in worse shape than when it left us in January.
According to a report by France Football, AS Monaco have decided to make their offer to sign him on a permanent basis following his loan spell.
It should not come as a surprise, considering that the winger missed the majority of the campaign through injury – making a total of 3 appearances for just 20 minutes (transfer market).
The fact that he has just played in his three-year stint does not exactly bode well for his future either (transfer market)
Now, what are you doing with a player that is not going to feature any time soon and is unlikely to be a significant amount of interest this summer?
Mauricio Pochettino and Tottenham will be over the next few months.
In a different position to when it has come to pass, the French mid-course surely needs to be surplus to requirements now.
However, seeing him depart is one of those 'easier said than done' scenarios.
Any chance of seeing N'Koudou will definitely have to return to the 24-year-old's quality (or lack of).