Georges-Kevin N’Koudou doesn’t appear to have a future at Tottenham after racking up less than 600 minutes of playing time in all competitions since joining the Lilywhites from Olympique Marseille in 2016.
The former French u21 international has been loaned out to Burnley and AS Monaco as he’s fallen out of favour under Mauricio Pochettino, but Tottenham have a problem with N’Koudou that could cost them £10m.
Spurs were looking to cash in on the 24-year-old in January and reportedly wanted £10m for his signature, but his failed loan spell at Monaco is likely to drive his value down. His injury woes this season may put off suitors too.
N’Koudou’s stint at the Stade Louis II saw him make three appearances in all competitions, having spent nearly three months out with a hamstring injury. He’s recently returned from injury, but it’s unknown if he’ll feature again before the campaign comes to a close given the potential lack of fitness.
Tottenham don’t want to keep N’Koudou, but they may have a hard time selling him this summer. The wide-man isn’t likely to want to stay at Spurs if he’s going to be on the periphery either, so his future will be up in the air.