Trabzonspor official confirms loan interest for Moussa Sissoko

Moussa Sissoko of France and Sebastian Larsson of Sweden competes for the ball during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier between Sweden and France at Friends Arena

Trabzonspor official confirms loan interest for Moussa Sissoko

MOUSSA SISSOKO is a loan target for Trabzonspor but the Turkish side are struggling to agree terms with Tottenham, their vice-president has confirmed.

Sissoko did not make a favourable impression on the Tottenham fans when he was given a chance to play, with numerous supporters calling for last season's Premier League runners-up to cut their losses on the former Newcastle United man.

Tottenham are likely to be more receptive to a loan deal if it includes some kind of commitment to sign Sissoko permanently next summer.

He said, "Sissoko is keen on joining, we have spoken with him and talks went well".

The France worldwide started just eight Premier League games last term and was not a key player for Mauricio Pochettino. Sissoko only joined Tottenham last summer, but after just eight league starts last season he may need to find a club which can give him more opportunities.

"We have made our offer and are waiting for a decision".

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"We are in talks with Moussa Sissoko", Usta said.

"He is a very important player, Tottenham paid £35 million for him".

Sissoko massively failed to live up to expectations last season, despite shining for France at Euro 2016 prior to his switch to north London. Today, Turkish-Football posted quotes from Trabzonspor's vice president Gencaga Meric that say not only does Trabzonspor want to bring in Sissoko on loan, but that he's interested in making the move.

Sissoko made 34 appearances in all competitions last term for Spurs and is under contract until June 2021.

There's simply no way that Tottenham will be able to make back the money that they spent on Sissoko.

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