Sissoko Labels Season With Spurs as Worst Ever
‘The worst season of my career’ – £30m Spurs flop
Sissoko open to summer move
Moussa Sissoko has reflected on the “worst season of his career” after becoming a £30 million flop at Tottenham.
The Frenchman joined Spurs on deadline day of last summer from Newcastle United, becoming the club’s joint-most expensive signing in history in the process.
Sissoko played 90 minutes in the Premier League just twice – against Sunderland in September and Leicester City in May – and he has now suggested that he could leave the club after one season.
“Once again, what I want is for everything to be clear. If the manager is no longer counting on me, if he thinks that other players are better, then he should say it. I fell from a high point this season.
Even though I never thought I would play all the games, I was not expecting such a small amount of playing time. It was the worst season of my career even though as a team it was certainly the best, so it’s weird, ” lamented the Frenchman.
“We’ll talk with my agent to make the best decision. My goal is to go to the 2018 World Cup.”