The January transfer window is less than twelve hours old but the first deal involving Tottenham is set to be concluded. It had always seemed likely that the club would look to trim its goalkeeping staff and Carlo Cudicini appears to be on his way to the MLS to link up with Robbie Keane at LA Galaxy.

“We have reached agreement for the transfer of Carlo Cudicini to Major League Soccer side LA Galaxy,” said the statement on the club’s official website.

“Carlo joined us from Chelsea in January 2009 and went on to make a total of 37 appearances. We wish Carlo all the best for the future.”

Carlo made his debut against Stoke in 2009 and looked for a time as if he might provide a viable alternative to the comedy goalkeeping stylings of Heurelho Gomes. The arrival of Brad Friedel in 2011 effectively ended any major involvement and after four years at the club, we wish him all the best as he departs.

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  1. Never should of signed him at all because we shouldnt sign players from arsenal or chelsea (goes for managers too but I’m not starting about that) disgrace of a signing which stamped home chelsea being a bigger club than us and to make it worse I’ve seen spurs fans saying well done good servant and bollocks like that. Hope he breaks his leg on his galaxy debut

  2. You are the kind of ‘fan’ that is embarrassing. So what if they might of played/managed Arsenal or Chelsea? If they improve Spurs I’m all for it.

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