Moussa Sissoko has not been a success at Tottenham and has problems with Mauricio Pochettino, which basically means he has not bought into the Pochettino philosophy of the way things must be done.
How you train and your attitude if you are not a first choice selection, is not up for discussion. You knuckle down in training, give it your best and try to improve your game every day. The more knowledge you gain about a system, the more you understand off the ball movement the better you will be as a player.
French publication L'Equipe have suggested that Tottenham will sell the Frenchman for £20 million (€23.23m - AUS$32.81m - US$25.05m) this summer, which due to the structure of the transfer fee with Newcastle United will not be a loss.
Getting our money back on someone who will be 28-years-old in August and who has been so so poor, so consistently would be a fine piece of transfer business. I'm amazed we haven't heard Everton being linked for the last month or so.
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