Tottenham Hotspur centre-back Toby Alderweireld has validated that goalkeeper Michel Vorm and fellow Belgium international Jan Vertonghen are leaving the North Londonclub
The Dutch goalie went back to Spurs last summer for the second time as a cover for Hugo Lloris and Paulo Gazzaniga, while the Belgian defender is set to end his eight-year stay after he could not agree terms of a new deal with theclub
Both played a key part in Tottenham’s campaign this term, and while the club have not formally validated that they are leaving, Alderweireld has done so through a psychological post on Twitter:
Unfortunate to see these 2 fantastic people leaving the club, both great players however even much better individuals. We shared numerous minutes that I’ll always remember. Wanting you all the best for your next actions. Stay connected ❤ pic.twitter.com/s5iVDqAsQB
— Toby Alderweireld (@AlderweireldTob) July 26, 2020
Vorm, 36, included in 48 games throughout all competitions for Spurs over 6 seasons, and it will be fascinating to see where he ends upnext
Vertonghen, 33, played 30 games throughout all competitions for the club this term and an overall of 315 since his arrival from Ajax.
He isn’t short of choices and has already been linked with Manchester City ahead of the summer transfer window.
Mourinho will aim to generate essential replacements this summer and it will be fascinating to see who the club sign.