Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama has agreed a deal to sign for Belgian side Club Brugge on a long-term contract.
The 28-year-old, who made 93 appearances for Spurs over a three-year spell, linked up with Mauricio Pochettino for the second time in his career when he joined the North London outfit in the summer of 2016.
And the Kenyan enjoyed an impressive first season at Tottenham, starting 35 league games and built a strong midfield-partnership with Mousa Dembele as Spurs finished 2nd and achieved their best ever Premier League points tally.
But his previous two campaigns were wrecked by injuries and the signing of Tanguy Ndombele plus the form of Moussa Sissoko have seen Wanyama drop down the pecking-order and he always looked likely to leave the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this window.
Wanyama was an unused substitute for Tottenham’s opening-day victory over Aston Villa earlier this month, but Sky Sports are reporting that the former Southampton man is on the verge of joining Brugge, who were draw in the same Champions League group as both Real Madrid and PSG earlier today, for a fee of around £12m.