couldn’t believe his eyes’ – The manager ‘surprised’ by the Tottenham man in training, determined to ‘prove himself

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Tanguy Ndombele may not yet make his debut for Galatasaray, but he has already made a good impression at the club.

Turkish newspaper Aksam published a story today that coach Okan Buruk “couldn’t believe his eyes” while he was coaching the 26-year-old.

The article claims the manager was “amazed” during his first sessions, with the Tottenham loanee “highly rated” by staff.

This is undoubtedly great news for Galatasaray, with Aksam highlighting that this was one of the “hottest” signings made by the club in the summer window.

It is remembered that there was a battle against Fenerbahce to complete the transfer, and now they have good reason to be excited about his debut with the club.

Aksam says that after failing to get game time for Tottenham this season, he is determined to “prove himself” at Galatasaray.

A possible good signing of Ndombele can only be beneficial for Spurs because as the story points out, the Turkish side has the option to buy him from the Premier League side at the end of the season, which they did in this case could take full advantage of you are impressed with his performances during the current campaign.

Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana is expected to miss seven matches, including the big match in the Premier League.
During the summer transfer window, United spent a lot of money to lure Onana from Inter to Old Trafford.

The deal to bring the goalkeeper to Manchester reportedly cost £47.2 million.

Onana is United’s number 1 following the departure of David de Gea, who left the club at the end of his contract.

United, however, could be without Onana for a crucial part of the season.

This is due to the fact that the 27-year-old will participate in the Africa Cup of Nations, which will take place in January and February.

Onana originally left the Cameroon national team after falling out with coach Rigobert Song.

However, he was part of the Cameroon squad for the final international break, which included an AFCON Group C qualifier against Burundi.

Onana played the entire match and Cameroon emerged 3-0 winners thanks to goals from Bryan Mbeumo, Christopher Wooh and Vincent Aboubakar.

Now that Onana will play in the AFCON, he will therefore have to miss four Premier League matches against Tottenham Hotspur, Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Ham United and Aston Villa.

The first explanation for Onana’s surprise departure from the national team was that the goalkeeper was sanctioned for unspecified disciplinary reasons.
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However, it was quickly claimed that Song had problems with Onana’s goalkeeping style.

In fact, prominent football journalist Fabrizio Romano claimed that the Cameroonian coach “insisted” on a “different style of goalkeeping” that was more “traditional” – something Onana was not willing to discuss. compromise.

Following the fallout, Onana resigned from his international duties entirely and confirmed his resignation from Cameroon in a lengthy social media post.

“In recent months, I have been confronted with processes characterized by injustice and manipulation.

Nevertheless, my unwavering love and connection to my homeland, Cameroon, remains unbroken.

“My desire to represent my country has never wavered since my youth, and this aspiration remains an inseparable part of my identity. Nothing and no one can shake this belief.



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