With just hours to go until the transfer window closes, it looks like there will be no deadline day incomings at Tottenham, barring some late drama.

But Spurs have confirmed some departures, with three fringe players moving on to play more regularly elsewhere.

The first is Troy Parrott, whose loan spell with Championship side Millwall has been cut short. The promising striker will spend the remainder of the season with Ipswich Town in League One – hopefully he will score more goals in the third tier after drawing a blank at Millwall.

Meanwhile, Jonathan De Bie has left permanently, joining Belgian First Division B side R.W.D. Molenbeek.

And finally, Gedson Fernandes has returned to Benfica after an unsuccessful year-long loan in north London. Gedson wasn’t even registered for Tottenham’s Europa League campaign and will surely be relieved to be leaving Spurs.

No other departures are expected before the deadline, so it looks like Jose Mourinho will be able to count on Dele Alli for the remainder of the campaign.



  1. Spurs usually talk about signing new players but never do
    It is well known that Spurs Talk and No Action
    That is old story !!!!
    To be honest Spurs will NOT be under seventh in league when season ends


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