Vorm departs Spurs; County teen Etete signs up

Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Michel Vorm during the Premier League match against Liverpool at Wemble

Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Michel Vorm during the Premier League match against Liverpool at Wembley Stadium (pic: Adam Davy/PA). - Credit: PA Archive/PA Images

Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed the exit of several players and also revealed a new addition

Goalkeeper Michel Vorm has left Spurs following the conclusion of his contract after five years at the club.

The 35-year-old was always expected to exit Tottenham Hotspur this summer and the Premier League outfit confirmed the news this afternoon.

An official club statement read: "Michel, 35, joined us from Swansea City in July, 2014, and went on to make 47 appearances in all competitions.

"The Dutch international goalkeeper, capped 15 times for his country, proved to be a valuable member of the squad both on and off the pitch. We wish Michel every success in the future."

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Spurs also revealed development squad players Dylan Duncan, Charlie Freeman, Tom Glover, Connor Ogilvie and Jamie Reynolds have moved on.

The likes of Japhet Tanganga and Jack Roles have agreed new terms with Tottenham though, with the former on a deal until 2020 and the latter contracted to the club for another two years.

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Attacker Roles had been linked with other sides, but Spurs have managed to keep him at Hotspur Way and he will now hope to broke into Mauricio Pochettino's squad over the summer.

On top of this, Tottenham have completed the signing of teenager striker Kion Etete from Notts County.

The forward spent time on trial at the club at the beginning of the year and impressed enough to earn a professional deal with Spurs.

Last season at County, he made six appearances in all competitions, with four in League Two.

Etete, 17, will be part of the club's academy set-up for now, but will hope to progress into the Spurs first-team.

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