One of the players who joined Galatasaray during the most recent transfer window was Tanguy Ndombélé, who was recruited by them on loan from Tottenham Hotspur.
Takvim claims the 26-year-old’s entrance at the Istanbul club “created a great impact,” but thus far, he hasn’t lived up to the hype.
The midfielder, who is owned by Tottenham, has played in seven games this season for 123 minutes, with just one start.
The manager of Galatasaray, Okan Buruk, attempted to thwart the midfielder’s signing because he lacks confidence in him.
After failing in their attempts to buy Matías Vecino of Lazio during the summer window, the Turkish champions turned their attention to Ndombélé.
The coach allegedly “vetoed Ndombélé twice” because he didn’t want the Frenchman after reviewing his “psychological and mental reports.” That, however, had no effect because Galatasaray signed him from Tottenham.
Ndombélé’s stay in Istanbul might be made permanent by Galatasaray for €15 million, but Takvim claims there is a ‘strong likelihood’ that he will leave the city.
This occurs one day after Fotospor revealed that Galatasaray may decide to cancel his loan agreement in January. It was also clarified that their concerns stem from the Tottenham player’s weight.
‘His temperament is wrong’: Pundit says 26-year-old Spurs player doesn’t have the right personality
Although Tottenham Hotspur is currently leading the Premier League, it is evident that one individual is causing some issues for the team.
As much as we would like to think otherwise, Richarlison isn’t performing up to par at Tottenham.
The attacker isn’t scoring goals as frequently as he should, and in a podcast interview, Eamon Dunphy questioned the striker’s character.
In fact, the analyst asserts that Richardson is playing in the incorrect position for Tottenham and that his temperament is inappropriate for a premier squad.
Richarlison has the wrong temperament
The commentator delivered his assessment of the Brazilian.
“Son up front is playing really well; he scored the game-winning goal on Friday night.” Richarlison on the outside left is their lone issue. We are aware of his improper attitude, and he isn’t truly a winger,” Dunphy remarked.
Not going well
Richarlison’s Tottenham teammates have undergone such transformation this season that it’s unfortunate that we’re still talking about him in this manner.
This season, players like Dejan Kulusevski and Heung-Min Son have returned to form, but Ange Postecoglou hasn’t quite been able to wrest the same kind of magic from Richarlison.
Because of what? Dunphy says that it’s a temperamental problem, but he also notes that Richarlison isn’t in the right frame of mind to be scoring goals right now, so it’s possible that the fact that he’s playing in the incorrect position is contributing to his struggles.
Sadly, Richarlison’s dream of becoming a superstar after joining for £60 million hasn’t come true.