According to a report by Football Insider, Tottenham Hotspur, and by extension chairman Daniel Levy, are set to greenlight an exit at the end of the season for attacker Kazaiah Sterling who is out of contract – with a Lilywhites source apparently telling the outlet it is ‘almost certain‘ he will not play again.
Sterling, following a series of failed loan spells, now looks set to leave Tottenham according to this report – with Levy and co green-lighting his release, with no new contract offer on the table.
Levy green lights Sterling release
Currently on a temporary spell at Scottish second tier side Greenock Morton, Sterling’s time in north London is allegedly certain to come to an end this year – despite the young attacker once displaying promise.
Described as a ‘real handful’ by former Tottenham Under-23s coach Ugo Ehiogu nearly half a decade ago (via HITC), Sterling hasn’t quite lived up to that over his plethora of loan deals to various clubs since then.
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The 22-year-old spent the first half of 2020/21 at Southend United before returning in January, but when he comes back down south from his spell in the Scottish championship, it appears as if he will be out of contract and certain to leave.
As Levy green lights exit through no new deal offer, it will could be interesting to see how he fares as a free agent.
In other news: Alasdair Gold shared ‘positive news’ for Tottenham, find out more here.
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