At this rate, Moussa Sissoko is set to go down as one of Tottenham’s worst transfer dealings of all time.
Spurs raised plenty of eyebrows when they announced the £30million man’s arrival from Newcastle on Deadline Day, beating Everton to the self-proclaimed Arsenal fan.
Unsurprisingly, things haven’t gone too well for the midfielder.
Mauricio Pochettino has given him ample opportunities to impress – the Frenchman has often been introduced from the bench, but only on one or two occasions has he actually made any impact.
The maverick only seems to perform well against relegation-fodder, perhaps because these times remind him of his final season at Newcastle, which was also pretty underwhelming.
Ultimately, you can hardly blame the club if they do decide to get rid of him after just one season.
Incredibly, though, it seems they may have actually found a taker.
AC Milan want the 27-year-old to join their rebuilding project, claim the Mirror.
It could be that San Siro chiefs remember his Euro 2016 campaign, or that they’re happy to just take a punt.
Either way, it’s hard to see Spurs turning down any offers for him unless Milan make a particularly derisory bid.