“The more he plays, the worse he gets”—the Tottenham player is a “problem” for the team, “robbing” other players of playing time.
Tanguy Ndombele, who is presently playing on loan at Galatasaray after leaving Tottenham, looks to be having trouble establishing himself once more.
The French midfielder has had an extremely challenging season thus far. He has fluctuated between the starting lineups for the Süper Lig squad, displaying moments of brilliance interspersed with extended stretches of performance that have garnered negative feedback.
The 27-year-old was the target of insults from the Turkish media once more on Wednesday, as Fanatik directed some pointed remarks at the Tottenham loanee.
This followed his performance in the Turkish Cup on Tuesday night against Bandirmaspor, a match in which he started and participated for the entire ninety minutes.
Despite the victory, Ndombele, who has only played the whole game twice since moving from Tottenham to Istanbul, didn’t seem to impress.
Fanatik explains that Galatasaray “have a problem” rather than a star in the French midfield player.
“He finishes games without a sprint, he avoids tackles, he is absent in fast breaks and the more he plays, the worse he gets” is how the list of complaints begins.
Fanatik thinks that Galatasaray supporters “must be getting more and more desperate the more they watch him,” even though some of them may still have hope for salvation.
It’s as though “Ndombele seems to be robbing Galatasaray youngsters of their future every minute he plays.”
Not precisely the remarks About half of the loan period has passed, and both Tottenham and the player will have been hoping.