Tottenham‘s outcasts Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso, Sergio Reguilon, and Harry Winks have been removed from the core workforce and told they must practice alone. After Antonio Conte’s facet returned to north London after their pre-season tour of South Korea, the four Tottenham failures were barred from team coaching lessons.
According to The Night Standard, Tottenham informed the undesired foursome that they made a choice because the head coach could only operate with a certain number of players.
Outcasts in Tottenham Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso, Sergio Reguilon, and Harry Winks were barred from the primary workforce and encouraged to practice independently. After Antonio Conte’s (shown on the left) side returned to north London following their pre-season trip to South Korea, the four Tottenham flops were barred from squad classes.
Conte and the Tottenham administration want to offload Ndombele, Lo Celso, Reguilon, and Winks before the transfer market ends on September 1.
Meanwhile, the quartet will continue to train independently while waiting to hear any prospective offers. Ndombele arrived in north London in the summer of 2019 in a club-record £65 million signing from Lyon.
Following the signings of Yves Bissouma and Rodrigo Bentancur in January, the 25-year-old has also dropped further down the pecking order.
As a result, Ndombele, who has failed to impress four Tottenham managers during his stay on the club’s books, has been loaned to Newcastle by his representation.
Ndombele dropped down the pecking order behind Conte and was loaned out last season. Villarreal are also interested in signing Ndombele’s teammate Giovani Lo Celso this summer.
Nonetheless, Eddie Howe is hesitant to signal Ndombele since he is dissatisfied with his performance – in keeping with The Night Normal. Meanwhile, Ndombele has suggested that he wants to stay at Tottenham because he believes he has the ‘capacity’ to be happy there.
‘Sure, I feel it is possible to be happy at Tottenham,’ he told Media Carre, ‘but you can be happy or miserable anywhere you go.’
‘We’ll see how things go during the preseason.’ I’m not putting any more pressure on myself than that.’
Reflecting on the future, he added, ‘What I would like is to be joyful, enjoy the advantage of what I do, play, win, that is all I would like.’
Regardless of their roles under Conte, last season, Harry Winks and Sergio Reguilon (above) have been solid members of the first-team coaching squad.
Next to the arrival of Bissouma, the Italian manager has no intentions to play both Winks (above) and Reguilon the following season.
Lo Celso has also been barred from Tottenham’s first-team training sessions after failing to solidify his spot in the squad during the club’s pre-season campaign.
Lo Celso returned to north London this summer after being loaned out to Lyon during the 2021-2022 season by Antonio Conte.
The French facet, who secured his sources for £1.25m, had the option to purchase Lo Celso entirely for £54m but chose not to.
Regardless of their roles under Conte, last season, Winks and Reguilon have been solid members of the first-team coaching staff.
Following the signings of Bissouma and Ivan Perisic, the Italian coach has no intentions to use both players next season.
Lo Celso has also been forbidden from attending Tottenham’s first-team training sessions after failing to cement his place in the squad during the club’s pre-season campaign.
Bissouma’s entrance replaces midfielder Winks, and Perisic replaces Reguilon at left wing-back.