Sky Sports reporter Michael Bridge has told Football FanCast that Moussa Sissoko has no future at Tottenham.
The Frenchman has been a regular in the team for much of the five years he’s spent in north London, but the signing of Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg 12 months has seen the midfielder’s opportunities decrease quite significantly.
Sissoko is yet to feature in either of Spurs’ two competitive games this season after being an unused substitute against Manchester City before being left out of the travelling party that were beaten in Portugal in the UEFA Conference League.
According to The Athletic, he’s one of several players that have been told they can leave the club this summer, but with less than two weeks remaining, it doesn’t appear that a move away from north London is likely.
And Bridge told Football FanCast that he’s worried the midfielder might end up staying despite some surprise interest from the Middle East:
“Sissoko, I think he had some interest from Qatar, Saudi Arabia, but I don’t think he wants to go. He’s 32, has no future at Tottenham, but where’s he going to go?”