Tottenham Hotspur announced on the club’s website on Saturday that “Arnaut Danzuma and Clément Langlais have left the club on loan. As previously announced, Lucas Moura is also leaving the club out of contract.”
“Langlais has made 35 appearances in all competitions since joining from Barcelona last summer. Danjuma spent last winter on loan and made 12 appearances. Moura made 221 appearances for the club and scored an unforgettable hat-trick against Ajax in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) to take us to the final. We would like to thank all three players for their hard work and wish them well for the future.”
Tottenham fell short of the trophy hunt once again. A wingless crash at the end of the season proved fatal, leading to the sacking of head coach Antonio Conte and acting manager Christian Stellini in quick succession. Acting manager Ryan Mason, who was chosen as a fireman, failed to turn things around.
After falling out of the top four, Tottenham finished the league in eighth place. They missed out on Europa League (UEL) and Europa Conference (UECL) tickets, let alone the UEFA Champions League (UCL). All of their recent big investments had come to naught.
Chairman Daniel Levy has appointed Postecoglou, who made his mark at Celtic, as the next manager. The Hoops have garnered a lot of attention this season after completing a ‘double’ last season (league and Scottish League Cup) and a ‘dominant treble’ this season (league, Scottish Cup, Scottish League Cup).
A busy transfer window is expected. Brentford have made contact with goalkeeper David Lallana as they prepare to replace their goalkeeper. Relegated Leicester City ace James Maddison has also been linked with a move. 안전놀이터
The first to go are Danjuma and Langlais, both on loan. Moura, who was a favorite, is also out of contract at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
It doesn’t end there. According to 90 Minutes, the futures of Eric Dier and Davinson Sanchez, as well as Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Dejan Kuluczewski, are uncertain under Postecoglou. Spurs are expected to make changes across several positions.