Jim White thinks Daniel Levy will be ‘fuming’ by Tottenham 25-year-old’s actions


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Jim White thinks Daniel Levy will be ‘fuming’ with Tanguy Ndombele’s actions during Tottenham’s 3-1 win over Morecambe in the FA Cup, as he told talkSPORT.

But former Crystal Palace owner, Simon Jordan, disagreed with the talkSPORT host and claimed that Levy will be ‘more inclined to think what Antonio Conte thinks’ of the whole situation.

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Over the weekend, Ndombele was booed by his own supporters as he was substituted during his side’s FA Cup clash.

The 25-year-old didn’t put in the best of performances and he made matters worse by walking off slowly, even though his team were 1-0 down, at the time.

Bryan Gil was also subbed at the same time as the Frenchman, yet whilst the young winger ran off, Ndombele took his time to the anger of his own fans.

talkSPORT Presenter, White, compared the Ndombele situation to that of Granit Xhaka at Arsenal, as Simon Jordan also added his thoughts.

“You have to think, Levy would be fuming watching that,” said White.

“It’s probably not the situation we saw transpire with Granit Xhaka at Arsenal, when he was booed to the rafters and then turned it around, seemingly himself. This seems not to be the case.”

Simon Jordan added: “I think he (Levy) will be more inclined to think what Antonio Conte thinks. As a Tottenham fan, Daniel will be disillusioned by the attitude of the player.

“But, he will be more concerned by the outcome of the game. He is a bigger picture person.”

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It seems like this is the end of the road for Ndombele at Tottenham and it wouldn’t be a surprise if he doesn’t don the club’s colours again.

Conte is known for his no-nonsense and being highly demanding, both on the training pitch and out on the field of play.

Something like that surely wouldn’t have sat well with the Italian and there is already talk that Ndombele could be out of the door.

It is suggested that, even before that FA Cup clash, there was talk about Spurs wanting to move Ndombele on and it seems as though the player would be happy to leave.

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