The off-season always brings about a lot of change, and it’s no different for Tottenham Hotspur this summer.

Spurs have signed one player so far – Archie Gray arriving at Tottenham from Leeds United – while six players are now no longer on the Lilywhites’ books.

Joe Rodon is the only player that has so far left Tottenham for a transfer fee, joining the Elland Road outfit for a reported £10million, as per BBC Sport……CONTINUE READING

Tanguy Ndombele has left by mutual consent, while Eric Dier, Ivan Perisic, Ryan Sessegnon and Japhet Tanganga have departed after their contracts expired.

One of the above players is now reported to have agreed a contract at another London club which will make him the highest-paid footballer on their books.

Tottenham academy graduate Japhet Tanganga set to become Millwall’s highest-paid player

The player in question is Japhet Tanganga, whose Tottenham contract expired at the end of June.

The 25-year-old joined the Spurs academy as a youngster and rose through the ranks before making his breakthrough in 2019/20.

As per The Athletic, one Spurs coach said of Tanganga in 2021: “He has the assets to be a phenomenal right-back.”

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However, the defender sadly suffered a number of injuries and couldn’t become a regular starter for the Lilywhites.

Last season, Tanganga went on loan to Augsburg, but didn’t manage to get a game and duly returned to Spurs in January.

He then spent the remainder of the season at Millwall, where he did enough to impress Neil Harris.

Now, according to Sky Sports News, the Lions have agreed a deal for Tanganga. He is set to undergo a medical on Monday.

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“It is understood he will be the highest-paid player at the club,” added Dharmesh Sheth.

Tanganga set to kickstart career at Millwall

While it’s a shame it hasn’t worked out for Tanganga at Tottenham, it’s good to see he is set to join a new club.

Loan moves don’t really bring much stability, so it’s great to hear he’s joining permanently. Now he can get his head down and focus on his job without having to worry about his future.

No doubt Tanganga will continue to do well with the Lions and, if all goes well, he will make a quick return to the Premier League.

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