Tottenham's January target Moussa Dembele has revealed that he has plans to play for Paris Saint-Germain and would not hesitate to return to his parent club if an offer comes his way. The striker has scored 12 league goals in 36 appearances in the Championship and has caught the eyes of clubs across various divisions.
The Fulham striker was heavily linked with a move to White Hart Lane in January but Mauricio Pochettino dismissed speculations surrounding his move. Spurs are in the market for a striker and may resurrect their interest in the summer if a move for Saido Berahino, who has been established as their primary target, falls through.
Dembele left PSG in 2012 when Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ezequiel Lavezzi were at the club, as given the options available at the hands of the manager, he would not have been able to spend much time on the pitch. However, having stayed for four years in England, Dembele is yearning for a move back to Paris, where he has some wonderful memories at the club.
"Like every Parisian, I dream of playing for PSG," Dembele told L'Equipe, as quoted by Goal. "Why could it not happen some day? If they want me...
"I left in 2012 when [Zlatan] Ibrahimovic and [Ezequiel] Lavezzi joined the club. I would have gotten little playing time. PSG were not counting on me. I know that some players have gotten their chance since, like Jean-Kevin Augustin, but I preferred to leave and try my luck elsewhere."
"We went through some great moments together," he added. "I have nothing but good memories. I learned everything I know at PSG. We were unbeatable. At some point, we had a team with [Mike] Maignan, [Adrien] Rabiot, [Hervin] Ongenda, Kingsley and myself!"