Victor Wanyama has left Tottenham to join Belgian side Brugge, talkSPORT understands.
The midfielder, 28, reunited with Mauricio Pochettino from former club Southampton in 2016 on a five-year contract.
However, Wanyama has struggled to cement his place in the first-team and the signings of the likes of Tanguy N’dombele and Giovani Lo Celso would only make it more difficult.
So Wanyama has sought a new challenge in Belgium with Brugge and Spurs understood to have agreed a £10million fee for the Kenya international.
This fee could potentially rise to £13m in add-ons.
Wanyama is not the first player Brugge have bought from the Premier League this summer, with goalkeeper Simon Mignolet joining from Liverpool this month.
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Like Spurs, Brugge will also be competing in the 2019/20 Champions League proper.
Brugge will have it all to do to reach the last-16 of the competition, however, as they’ve been drawn alongside Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Galatasaray in Group A.
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