Moussa Sissoko could be set to end his Tottenham Hotspur nightmare with Turkish side Trabzonspor, according to the Mirror.
However, the North London side are only willing to sell the midfielder permanently, as opposed to sanctioning a loan deal which would be the preference of the Trabzon outfit.
Sissoko moved to Spurs from Newcastle United for £30m last summer, shortly after impressing for France at Euro 2016 where he was key in helping the hosts to the final.
He made thirty-three appearances in all competitions last season, though only eight of his twenty-five outings in the Premier League came from the start and he completed a full ninety minutes just once.
He played one hundred and thirty-three times for Newcastle, scoring twelve goals while he spent six seasons with Toulouse – the club where he began his career.
The twenty-seven year old has been capped fifty-two times for his country so far, scoring twice.
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