Report shares Spurs stance on Japhet Tanganga after Galatasaray loan bid
Spurs would prefer for Japhet Tanganga to join a British club on loan after receiving an offer from Galatasaray, according to a report from Football London.
Tanganga was one of the players seemingly facing a crucial pre-season at Hotspur Way.
The 22-year-old looks to be a real talent, capable of playing at right-back and centre-back. However, injury blighted his season last year.
And it now seems that Nuno Espirito Santo is open to offers for the academy graduate.
Football London reports that Galatasaray have made a bid to take Tanganga on a season-long loan.
It would appear that Tottenham may not have yet responded to that offer. But it would seem that they would rather Tanganga did not move to Turkey.
According to Football London, Spurs would prefer the youngster to join a British club on loan.
Spurs making right decision holding out for British loan for Tanganga
Galatasaray could be playing in the Europa League this coming season. So you can understand why Spurs may not necessarily shut the door on the Turkish club altogether.
Having said that, a loan to a British club may make it easier for Tanganga to remain on Spurs’ radar.
Oliver Skipp showed how game-changing an impressive loan spell can be. He was outstanding as Norwich won the Championship title last year.
He was playing at a lower level. But his performances have seen his stock rise considerably.
Hopefully, Tanganga can replicate that success during the coming campaign.
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