Winger Georges-Kevin Nkoudou has officially left Tottenham and moved to Turkish side Beşiktaş for a reported fee of £4.6 million.
The 24-year old former French under-21 international joined Spurs from Ligue 1 side Marseille in August 2016 for a fee of £11 million. However, he failed to impress at White Hart lane, and was restricted to just 27 senior appearances in all competitions during his time at the club, scoring just the once, in the defeat of Cypriot side Apoel in the Champions League.
He made his last Premier League appearance for Spurs in January this year when he came on as a substitute against Fulham and helped tee-up Harry Winks to score an injury-time winner.
Nkoudou had two loan spells – with Burnley and Monaco – but they proved disappointing as well, as the winger failed to stake a regular first team place with either side.
His departure was confirmed by the club’s official website with Tottenham wishing him all the best for the future.
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