Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Moussa Sissoko has been reborn in recent weeks having been labelled as a flop during his first two years with the club.
The north London club signed the France international in a £30m deal from Newcastle United at the end of the 2016 summer transfer window, but he had failed to make his mark since then with the majority of his appearances coming from the substitutes’ bench.
The Frenchman’s first goal for the club came in his 44th outing for them against Huddersfield Town in September 2017, and Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino has even admitted that he would have sold the 29-year-old if the right offer had arrived.
However, the Argentine boss will be glad that he didn’t cash in on the midfielder now as he continues to star in the centre of the park, including playing a key role in his team’s crucial 1-0 Champions League victory against Inter Milan on Wednesday.
As well as that, Sissoko has also started Tottenham’s previous six Premier League fixtures and is surely in contention to make the XI again in the north London derby against Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday.
Given he is showing he can be effective both from a defensive and attacking point of view in recent times because of the strength and his ability to break forward with the ball, we at Football FanCast think the 29-year-old is worth at least £40m.
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