Tottenham's Tanguy Ndombele Switches Boot Brands Like Other Socks

Tottenham Hotspur's Tanguy Ndombele has switched boots for last weekend's Premier League match against West Brom, from New Balance to Adidas. However, it was by far not the first time that the Frenchman wore other boots than expected - we take a look at Tanguy Ndombélé's boot saga in the 2020-21 season.

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Tanguy Ndombélé had been sponsored by Adidas from early 2018 until around the start of the 2020-2021 season, always wearing the Adidas X. In his first two years as professional, he had been a Nike Mercurial athlete.

Tanguy Ndombele 2020-2021 Football Boots - Nike, Adidas & New Balance

Ndombele started the season wearing blackout Nike Mercurial Vapor 13 football boots, which he should wear for the first matches. In training, he also tried the Puma King. Out of blue surprise, he has been spotted wearing the New Balance Furon V6 in the first half of the EPL match against Burnley on October 26 before switching back to the blackout Vapors.

In the latest Europa League match against Ludogorets last week, Ndombele again laced up in the New Balance Furon V6. Now in the Premier League match he switched again and wore the Adidas X Ghosted 19.1.

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In training, Tanguy Ndombele wore a few other cleats as well, including an old pair of Nike Mercurial Vapor boots (2011 Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly III) at Tottenham Hotspur's Training Centre on September 23, 2020.

Tanguy Ndombélé 2020-21 Soccer Cleats

2019-20 Season - Adidas X

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Start of 2020-21 Season Until October 26 - Blackout Nike Mercurial Vapor 13

Against Burnley: First Half - New Balance Furon, Second Half - Nike Mercurial Vapor Blackout

Europa League 5 November 2020 - New Balance Furon

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Last Match - Adidas X Ghosted.1

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You can always check out the latest football boots of Ndombele and all other Premier League players as well as detailed boot statistics on Football Boots DB.

Do you know any other player that switches boot brands as regularly as Ndombele in the 2020-21 season? Share your thoughts in the comments below.