Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele has told the club's official website that he doesn't yet know what he wants to do about his future.
Ndombele, 22, joined Lyon on loan from Amiens in 2017, and after a superb season, Lyon made his move permanent last summer amid strong interest from elsewhere.
The midfielder has continued to shine this season, scoring two goals and notching eight assists under Bruno Genesio, meaning more and more clubs are interested.
Le10 Sport report that Ndombele has four offers on the table, from Juventus, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham Hotspur, whilst Manchester City and Real Madrid are keen too.
It was claimed that Spurs would be willing to offer greater first-team opportunities to the France international, and Mauricio Pochettino would no doubt love to add him into his midfield.
Ndombele's combination of skill, technique, pace and power makes him a potentially ideal replacement for Mousa Dembele, whilst he still has huge potential too.
Now, Ndombele has admitted that he doesn't even really know what he wants to do right ow, but he'll be taking some time to relax and ignoring the rumours, stating that 'what will happen will happen.
“I focus only on the pitch,” said Ndombele. “We may be talking about myself during the holidays but I will not take care of it. I'll go relax, rest my head. It's still a little vague because I do not know what I want today. What will happen will happen. I have peace of mind and this is the most important,” he added.
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