TOTTENHAM flop Moussa Sissoko has bizarrely been linked with Barcelona, Real Madrid and AC Milan, according to reports.
Real manager Zinedine Zidane is said to have made several attempts to sign the France midfielder since his dazzling Euro 2016 campaign.
Spanish outlet Don Balon claim Sissoko’s agent has offered the player to Real’s rivals Barca – in a sneaky attempt to force Zidane’s hand.
Milan are also reportedly interested in saving the player from his White Hart Lane nightmare.
Sissoko joined Spurs in a £30million deadline day move from Newcastle last August but has failed to live up to his expectations.
He has made 13 appearances for the club without scoring this season.
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Sissoko spent three-and-a-half years on Tyneside following his £1.7m transfer from Toulouse in January 2013.
The midfielder’s price skyrocketed after outshining world-record signing Paul Pogba in the final against Portugal.
Mauricio Pochettino suggested in September that Sissoko had not lived up to expectations.
He said: “If you sign a player and you expect something, and you do not find what you expect, and if another deserves to be involved, like Georges-Kevin N’Koudou or Vincent Janssen, then why [do we play another]? Because we paid money we need to put the player to play?
“Football is not about money. You show on the training ground that you are better than another team-mate and you deserve to be involved.
“Of course he [Sissoko] needs to work hard and show in the future that he deserves to be involved in the team.”