On the club’s official website, Spurs said in a statement: “We thank the players who have served the club over the years, as they leave in search of new destinations. All the best to them in the next phase of their careers.”
Attached is a list of those who will leave Tottenham and there are no surprises among those who have to leave the Rooster. Despite 26 appearances last season, midfielder Lenglet was not retained by Tottenham and will have to return to Barca. While Lucas Moura is also not in convincing form to be included in the new season plan of new coach Postecoglou, although he is very popular with Spurs fans.
It is known that the Tottenham leader personally summoned the Brazilian player to speak and asked him to leave in the summer of 2023 because he could not find a starting position here. Joining the club in 2018 from PSG and scoring a hat-trick against Ajax helped Tottenham win tickets to the 2018/19 Champions League final under manager Mauricio Pochettino, but Moura’s career failed to take off in London.
Particularly in the 2022/23 season, Moura played only 19 matches, scoring 1 goal in all competitions for Tottenham. Meanwhile, winger Arnaut Danjuma was also forced to leave the club to return to the owner team Villarreal. He could not convince Tottenham to activate the buy-out clause because he only played 12 matches in all competitions during his 6 months with the Roosters.
In addition, on the list of players who need to leave, there are also 6 mature names from the club’s youth academy, including Jamie Bowden, Kallum Cesay, Malachi Fagan-Walcott, Roshaun Mathurin, Marqes Muir and Romaine Mundle.