TANGUY NDOMBELE has agreed a move to Turkish side Galatasaray on a loan deal, according to reports.
The midfielder will be joined by fellow Spurs outcast Davinson Sanchez at the Super Lig club.
Ndombele is set to fly to Istanbul later to finalise the move according to Fabrizio Romano.
This comes as Turkey's transfer window does not close until September 15th and are able to continue making offers past the European deadline.
The transfer guru has confirmed the deal is in place and the 26-year-old has already completed the first part of medical tests.
The Frenchman became Spurs’ record signing when he joined from Lyon for £55million in 2019.
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He has enjoyed two loan spells while being at the North London club- one at former club Lyon for just six months and Napoli all of last season.
Spurs boss Agne Postecoglou was keen to offload Ndombele this summer and had interest from Galatasaray rivals Fenerbahce.
However, the forgotten star is now set to join teammate Sanchez in the Turkish capital.
Romano confirmed Sanchez will be joining the Turkish giants on a permanent transfer.
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The 27-year-old joined Spurs in 2017 for a fee of £42million from Ajax.
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He has played 205 games for the club, scoring five goals.
However, he made just eight Premier League starts last season after falling out of favour due to poor form.
The Colombian international previously received interest from Real Betis, Sevilla and Spartak Moscow.
But the Tottenham flop will be making his way as well to Istanbul as the final details of his deal are being decided.
Meanwhile, Giovani Lo Celso who was on loan at Villarreal last season was almost certain to be shown the exit door.
Romano confirmed this is not true as he added Lo Celso is expected to stay at Spurs and that decision was made 10 days ago.
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