Tanguy Ndombele has been on the news for the past weeks as he believed to be the target of three of Europe’s biggest clubs. It’s also confirmed by his club, Lyon. Their president, Jean Michael Aulas, admits the clubs have received offers from the three of Europe’s biggest clubs for Tanguy Ndombele.

The Frenchman is expected to leave Lyon at the end of this season and will make a move in the summer transfer market. He indeed has an eye-catching season in Ligue 1 with Lyon where he excelled in the Champions League against Manchester City and Barcelona.

For the past weeks, the 22-year-old has reportedly been targeted by Manchester United, but then, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer seems to change his mind. The Norwegian manager wants to resolve Paul Pogba’s future before making a move for Tanguy Ndombele. Manchester United has considered to let Paul Pogba left Old Trafford but then they seem to change their mind and wants to make the player stay at all cost. They even offering Paul Pogba the captain ban to make him stay. Furthermore, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has planned on signing Idrissa Gueye for Everton which he thinks is the best pair for Paul Pogba.

Tanguy Ndombele’s Future Will Be Determined Within Weeks

However, Jean Michael Aulas has confirmed he’s already opened negotiations with three clubs and admits the midfielder could even join Ligue 1 rivals, Paris Saint Germain, who also put an interest on him.

On an interview, Jean Michael Aulas stated that he is negotiating with the biggest European clubs for Tanguy Ndombele, he also admits to live casino Malaysia that he is the one who revived the Paris Saint Germain talks so that they don’t feel dismissed. He also thinks that he told himself that it was the time to speak to Les Parisian because they would win more by operating with French clubs. The Presiden himself also thought it will be nice if Tanguy Ndombele goes to Parc des Princes.

But his future is definitely will determined within weeks. There is a huge change for him to stay in Ligue 1, even so, it’s not impossible for him to choose other clubs in other leagues.