INTER MILAN are to open talks with Tottenham over a deal to land wantaway flop Tanguy Ndombele, according to reports.
The Frenchman is deemed surplus to requirements under Jose Mourinho and is open to leaving the club this summer.
Ndombele, a club-record £53.8million last year, endured a miserable debut campaign in North London making just 12 league starts.
His relationship with Jose Mourinho also hit rock-bottom last month when they supposedly had a row at the club’s training ground.
And now Sky Sports journalist Fabrizio Romano claims how Antonio Conte’s Inter and ready to reignite his career.
He writes that the two clubs are locked in talks with ex-Chelsea boss Conte eager to bolster his midfield to help close the gap on title winners Juventus.
Inter are looking at the possibility of a cash-plus-player deal to help get the transfer over the line, especially with the coronavirus pandemic having a huge effect on transfer budgets.
The two clubs have a strong working relationship after Christian Eriksen left Spurs for the San Siro a year ago.
Conte could be willing to offer Slovak centre-back Milan Skriniar as part of the deal with the player one of 11 players up for grabs.
But much could depend on whether Inter finalise a permanent deal to land Manchester United’s Alexis Sanchez.