Victor Wanyama wants to stay in Tottenham because Amiens and Leganes do not agree a loan agreement with Premier League club, while Celtic precludes return due to wage demands
- Victor Wanyama has dropped favor with Spurs since arrival of Jose Mourinho
- The midfielder has only made two Premier League appearances this season
- Wanyama's £ 65,000 per week wages seem scanned loan to have moved
Victor Wanyama is looking forward to staying in Tottenham for the remainder of the season after Amiens and Leganes failed to bid for the midfielder.
The two clubs were negotiating with Spurs on a temporary move, but both withdrew their interest after the discussions on the terms of the loan agreement were terminated.
Wanyama meets the requirements at Spurs with only two Premier League appearances this season and wanted to leave the club on loan in January.
His £ 65,000 a week, however, seems to be a stumbling block with the player who did not want to lower his salary to go somewhere else.
Celtic was interested but could not pay his wages, so the chance that the Kenyan returned to his former club.
Wanyama joined Spurs from Southampton in July 2016 after spending the last two years in Celtic Park, where he scored 13 goals in 91 games.
The 28-year-old scored seven goals in 97 games for Tottenham and still has 18 months to go on his contract.