Victor Wanyama’s Tottenham career has come to an end, with the midfielder opting to join Thierry Henry at Montreal Impact.
The 28-year-old came close to leaving during the summer transfer window and again in January, having struggled to regain his place in the starting line-up after a string of injury troubles.
Wanyama has now called time on his spell in north London, just shy of four years after arriving from Southampton, with a move to Major League Soccer.
Tottenham wrote on Twitter: “We have reached agreement with Montreal Impact for the transfer of VictorWanyama.
“We wish Victor all the best for the future.”
The club added a video of some of Wanyama’s most memorable goals for the club, including his memorable pile driver in a 2-2 draw at Liverpool in 2018.
The accompanying message read: “From the goal in our last game at White Hart Lane to THAT strike at Anfield, thank you for providing us with some incredible memories Victor Wanyama.”