Lyon club president Jean-Michel Aulas has revealed Tanguy Ndombele could leave the club at the end of the current season. The France international has impressed since making the move to Lyon from Angers last season, and demonstrated his commanding midfield skills as the French side beat Manchester City 2-1 at the Etihad last month. Pep Guardiola is reportedly a big fan of the 21-year-old and recent reports have suggested the club could look to recruit him next summer as they aim to bolster their midfield options. And now the Blues have been handed a huge boost after Aulas admitted his side would not be able to stand in the way of a move should the player wish to leave. Speaking on Radio Scoop in France, Aulas said: “When players decide to play for Madrid, Barcelona or Manchester… You don’t decide to sell Lacazette or Tolisso, and in the same vein, I can’t guarantee that we’ll be able to keep Ndombele or Aouar next summer.” The box-to-box midfielder made 32 league appearances for Lyon last season and established himself as a key attacking figure after creating 44 chances throughout the campaign – A total only bettered at Lyon by Memphis Depay and Nabil Fekir. Ndombele capped his remarkable rise with his first senior appearance for France during the week, coming on as a second-half substitute during their 2-2 draw with Iceland.