Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Moussa Sissoko has refused to confirm whether his future lies with the Londoners amid “calls” from other clubs.
Sissoko came through the ranks with French outfit Toulouse and he made over 200 appearances for them between 2007 and 2013.
The midfielder made the move to Newcastle United in January 2013 for around £1.5m. He spent three-and-a-half-years with the Magpies up until the end of the 2015/16 campaign.
His consistent performances for Newcastle led to his big-money move to Tottenham in August 2016. Spurs splashed out around £30m to sign Sissoko from Newcastle, who had just been relegated to the Championship.
Sissoko soon established himself as a mainstay in Tottenham’s first team and this has continued throughout his time at the club. He had made 190 appearances for Spurs from his four-and-a-half years with them so far.
The 31-year-old has been one of their best performers this season, with him already playing 30 times in all competitions this campaign.
In an interview with beIN Sport, as cited by Foot Mercato, Sissoko suggested that things can change “very quickly in football”, so he has doubts about his future:
“Am I going to stay here? I don’t know. My contract ends in 2023. I could tell you yes but we know things go very quickly in football.
“I’m trying to have the best possible season with my club. There’s the Euros at the end of it and I hope to be there.
“The external things, I let my agent deal with them. There have been calls from various clubs, but I remain focused on Tottenham.”