Moussa Sissoko insists he has no agreement to leave Tottenham amid Trabzonspor interest

James Benge
Sidelined: Sissoko has struggled to establish himself as a regular at Tottenham: Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images

French midfielder Moussa Sissoko has insisted that he has no agreement with any club to depart Tottenham this summer.

Sissoko is expected to depart Tottenham a year after his £30million club record arrival from Newcastle, with Marseille among the teams linked with his signature.

Turkish side Trabzonspor are the only side to formally reveal their interest in the 27-year-old, though their vice-president Gencaga Meric revealed earlier this month that Tottenham had demanded a permanent deal whilst Spurs would only countenance a loan move.

And Sissoko has seemingly made clear that no exit is imminent, posting a video on Twitter of him shaking his head.

Est-ce que toutes les mouches qui volent sont des informations ? Aucun accord avec aucun club alors keep cool. #transfert #presse #turquie

— Moussa Sissoko (@MoussaSissoko) August 17, 2017

He captioned the video stating he had “no agreement with any club”, using the hashtags “transfer”, “press” and “Turkey”.

Sissoko was a surprise presence in Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham side for Sunday’s season opener, deployed on the right-hand side in a 2-0 win at former club Newcastle.

The France international, who left the relegated Magpies in acrimonious circumstances, found himself booed by home fans at St James’ Park and got little backing from the travelling Spurs supporters.

However he insisted the boos had not got to him, saying he “knew that was coming”.