On the 2nd February 2013 Newcastle had come from behind to defeat Chelsea 3-2 at St James’ Park and the fans had taken affectionately to their new January signing – Moussa Sissoko. The Frenchman produced a dominant display on his home debut, scoring twice and proving a constant threat throughout. Sissoko’s performance against Chelsea was 

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Last August saw Moussa Sissoko become Tottenham Hotspur’s joint record signing after a 30 million pound deal saw him swap Tyneside for North London. Spurs landed Sissoko’s much sought-after signature following the Frenchman’s strong performances at Euro 2016. The thinking behind the transfer was obvious. Sissoko looked a strong, attacking midfielder who could both offer 

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Tottenham have officially confirmed the signing of Moussa Sissoko from Newcastle United on a five-year deal that has surmounted to an overwhelming £30 million. Everton looked on fine course to win over the signature of midfielder having tabled a similar bid earlier in the day, but the French international threw the offer under the bus 

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Moussa Sissoko is a household name amongst Arsenal supporters as he has been as regularly linked to the club as the likes of Yoann Gourcuff and Salomon Kalou over the years. After two unimpressive seasons with Newcastle United, it is surprising how he is still linked with a move to Ashburton Grove, and even more 

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When Newcastle signed Moussa Sissoko from Toulouse for a fee believed to be around £1.5 million in January 2013, Toon fans had plenty of reason to rejoice what appeared to be a real coup. They were getting a proven performer in Ligue 1 and someone who had already forged his way into the French international 

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Last week, I wrote that Yanga-Mbiwa would be the coup of the January transfer window. Although it is early days, I may just have been proven wrong by his fellow countryman, Moussa Sissoko. Sissoko is a man mountain using his power, strength and pace to get the better of his opposition. The Frenchman’s contract with 

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