José Mourinho wants important changes in his Tottenham Hotspur ahead of next season. Still with options to get a place for the Champions League (they are 4 points behind Chelsea and took the team at 10) he hopes to reach the goal and prepare a team for the next course in which he would change many players.
One of those who would appear seems to be the French Tanguy N'Dombelé, who does not convince Mourinho and despite having cost 72 million euros this summer is not yielding at a high level.
Instead, the Portuguese coach would have asked Jorge Mendes to facilitate the signing of the midfielder Rubén Neves al Tottenham . The international with Portugal plays in a team that has the "super sports director" as the super agent, however, although it might seem to enter a conflict, the truth is that Mendes would welcome his departure to a direct rival as long as it is for a good figure and that team play Champions League.
The name of Rubén Neves was also on the agenda of Florentino Pérez at Real Madrid. The president of the white team wanted to bring Zidane a long time ago as a substitute for a Casemiro that is essential in the Madrid team as it could be seen again before the Royal Society, where his absence was paid by the team with the elimination in the Copa del King.
Tottenham is expected to offer 60 million euros in summer for a Ruben Neves who has become one of the best Premier League players outside the Big Six that make up Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea. We will have to see if Real Madrid responds to that offer with a superior to that of José Mourinho's men. His departure from Wolverhampton seems safe.