Fresh from scoring one of the most bizarre own goals of the summer, Inter Milan midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia has predictably asked the club to allow him to leave.
The French man has had mixed fortune with the Italian club since he joined them from AS Monaco in the summer of 2015, and he is said to have had enough of his inconsistent time at the San Siro.
New Inter Milan owners are investing heavily to improve the team’s playing staffs this summer, but still see the 25 years old as a huge part of their team going forward, but Kondogbia feels it is time for him to have a new experience.
Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has earmarked Kondogbia as a capable alternative to RB Leipzig’s Naby Keita.
The Reds have been knocked back by their attempt to sign Keita, and Klopp believes he has to sign a new midfielder after allowing Lucas Leiva join Lazio.
Tottenham manager, Mauricio Pochettino signed Moussa Sissoko last summer to help provide energy to his midfield, but the Frenchman has flopped significantly, and Poch wants Kondogbia to replace him.