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Tottenham Has Proposed A Swap Deal With Lyon For Aouar And Ndombele According To Reports

Houssem Aouar has been connected with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, according to Julien Laurens.

(1:33) According to ESPN, Tottenham has entered the competition to recruit Lyon’s Houssem Aouar by proposing Tanguy Ndombele in a swap deal.

Lyon is thought to be willing to sell Aouar for roughly EUR25 million in a cut-price deal.

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A move to PSG, Manchester United, Liverpool, and an undisclosed Spanish club has also been suggested.

Tottenham, on the other hand, have approached Lyon with a proposal that includes the possibility of re-signing Ndombele, who joined Spurs for a club-record EUR60 million in July 2019.

Lyon has yet to respond formally, according to ESPN sources, despite the fact that they are eager to generate funds after missing out on Champions League qualification and being financially impacted by COVID-19, as have other clubs.

Aouar wants to play in the Premier League.

Spurs and Lyon are thought to be in talks, but it remains to be seen whether Arsenal would increase their interest after having a proposal of EUR35 million rejected last summer when the 23-year-old was valued at roughly EUR60 million.

Arsenal had several creative midfielders on their list, according to ESPN, but they wanted to shed at least one more player in that position before making a offer.

Granit Xhaka is in talks to join Roma, while the club is open to offers for Lucas Torreira, and the futures of Joe Willock and Ainsley Maitland-Niles are still up in the air.

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