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José Mourinho’s management record shows that most of his team will do anything for him and will give everything on the pitch, but there will always be some who feel marginalized and just want to get out.
His downfall invariably comes once he’s upset too many players and they refuse to put up with his methods any longer, but that moment still seems a long way off at Spurs.
A player who does want to leave is defender Davinson Sánchez, while Sports witness they are reporting that he is very interested in moving to Serie A with AC Milan.
They suggest that the player is openly admitting that he is not having a good time with Mourinho because he has been largely frozen in the Premier League, while also looking to move on in January.
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They go on to indicate that his potential market value has been reduced by € 20 million, so the Spurs would only receive around € 40 million if they let him go, so they could even take a loss if you consider it. the Guardian reported that he signed for £ 42 million a few years ago.
There are even suggestions that Mourinho’s deal with Sánchez has led to his value falling, but that’s impossible to measure, but it looks like he could be on the move next month.
There is not much money circulating, so a loan movement with a call option is the most likely outcome, so it is certainly something to consider.