According to Fabrizio Romano, defender Japhet Tanganga of Tottenham Hotspur is “on the verge of joining” Championship team Millwall for the remainder of the campaign.
Spurs are currently shipping out a few of the team’s benchwarmers. While offensive midfielder Alfie Devine has gone on loan to Plymouth Argyle, Sergio Reguilon has joined Brentford on a temporary basis for the remainder of the campaign.
Tanganga, a defender who returned to Tottenham following a terrible loan stint in Germany, is now in his turn.
Spurs were getting ready to complete one more departure after Reguilón, as Japhet Tanganga was expected to join Milwall. Tanganga, called back from his loan at Augsburg, is almost certain to sign with Milwall till the end of the campaign, according to Romano on X.
Tanganga had a terrible stint in Germany during which he didn’t play a single game for Augsburg.
It is now anticipated that the adaptable defender, who can play anywhere in the back four, would sign with his new team as soon as Thursday. He was signed by the German team on loan, with the option to acquire him outright at the end of the current campaign.
He was, however, shut out and excluded from the first team picture due to an injury and a change in manager.
Tanganga also doesn’t appear to have much of a future at Tottenham. He isn’t very good, according to Ange Postecoglou, who sent him out on loan when the team could have afforded to keep him in case of an injury crisis.
Radu Dragusin was acquired by Spurs from Genoa during the January transfer window, but they may still be searching for other center back signings. Florian Plettenberg claims that Ko Itakura is attracting serious attention from Spurs.
Tanganga’s contract with the north London club expires at the end of the current campaign, but Spurs have the option to extend it by an additional year. There’s really little chance that they will.