Center-back Davinson Sanchez was bought permanently by the Turkish team for a fee of 12.5 million pounds. While Ndombele moved on loan.
The reason Galatasaray is allowed to shop is because Türkiye’s transfer market closes later than other European tournaments (until September 15).
After receiving the services of Van de Ven, Davinson Sanchez was pushed to the fourth choice as a central defender.
Earlier this summer, Spurs agreed to sell the Colombian player to Spartak Moscow, but Sanchez himself did not want to go to Russia to play football.
Galatasaray is the way to save the career of the former Ajax midfielder, because he lost confidence during his time playing in the foggy country.
In the case of Ndombele, Spurs’ most expensive contract continues to disappoint. In the last two seasons, he was loaned to Lyon and Napoli.
Initially, new coach Postecoglou intended to give the French midfielder a chance. Unfortunately, Ndombele was injured and was unable to participate in pre-season friendly matches.
Ultimately, Tottenham’s leadership decided to continue pushing Ndombele to Galatasaray on a season-long loan, with an option to buy outright worth 13 million pounds.
At the new team, both Sanchez and Ndombele will be able to participate in the Champions League, when the Turkish representative is in the same group as MU, Bayern Munich and Copenhagen.