Juventus and Inter monitor unhappy Sissoko at Tottenham

Juventus and Inter monitor unhappy Sissoko at Tottenham
2016-29-11 - 17:06
Juventus and Inter could resume their interest in Moussa Sissoko after being linked with signing the French International last summer. Both Serie A giants are looking for midfield reinforcement in January and are monitoring the situation of the unhappy midfielder who joined Tottenham for € 30 million in the deadline day of the last summer transfer window.

Sissoko picked the Spurs over Everton last summer, but the powerful centre midfielder might be regretting that choice as he’s been given little game time by Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino so far this season.

The 27-year-old has only registered ten appearances with the Premier League side and Pochettino has not had nice words for the former Newcastle star during an interview released with The Guardian.

“Football is not a matter of money, but every player must always prove to be better than his teammates. I think that whoever was involved against Chelsea last week-end deserved to take part to the game. Sissoko must work hard and prove to deserve to be part of this squad.”

Inter and Juventus, however, are not the only interested clubs in signing Sissoko. The French midfielder is a transfer target of Everton, PSG and Sevilla, but there is nobody currently open to match the player’s € 30 million price-tag. If Tottenham are open to loan the player for six months, both Juventus and Inter will definitely knock the North London club’s door asking for the availability of their unhappy midfielder.