Tottenham have released several Development Squad players who have come to the end of their contracts this month.
Filip Lesniak, Tom McDermott, Joe Muscatt, Charlie Owens, Zenon Stylianides and Juan Pablo Gonzalez-Velasco have all been let go.
The club confirmed the departures on Twitter.
Second-year academy player Juan Pablo Gonzalez-Velasco has also been released. We wish them all the best for the future.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) June 9, 2017
Perhaps the most notable player Spurs have chosen not to tie down if Filip Lesniak.
The 21-year-old midfielder played the final few minutes of Tottenham’s 6-1 win at Leicester City last month, providing an assist for Harry Kane’s third goal on the night.
Lesniak, a Slovakian youth international, also made the bench on the final day at Hull City, leading many to believe he could be part of the next batch of young players Mauricio Pochettino will bring through.
That’s obviously not the case. It’s unclear whether the decision was made by the club, the player or mutually, and it would probably be pointless to speculate at this stage.