Cameroon international Benoit Assou-Ekotto celebrated being released by Spurs with a new Twitter profile photo that reads: "Freedom"
The left back has never managed to hold down a first team spot since Harry Redknapp left the club, and hasn't featured since returning from a loan spell at QPR last season.
Spurs have completed the £5m capture of England under-19 international Dele Alli, who has immediately rejoined MK Dons on loan.
The 18 year-old passed a medical at White Hart Lane and has signed a long term contract until 2020.
It's thought that Tottenham fended off competition from Liverpool for the England rookie's signature.
Spurs have let Cameroon international Benoit Assou-Ekotto leave the club after nine years of service.
We can confirm that Benoit Assou-Ekotto has been released from his contract with the Club. We wish him well. http://t.co/iWE2cDBu05
The defender fell out of favour following Harry Redknapp's departure and has never managed to force his way into Tottenham's first team ever since.
He moved to QPR on loan last season and is now free to join a new club after being released by the Premier League side.
LOAN: Nathan Oduwa has joined League Two side Luton Town on loan until the end of the season. http://t.co/CpAZng0Ja3
Spurs have sent young forward Nathan Oduwa on loan to League Two outfit Luton Town until the end of the season.
The tricky youngster has represented England at under-18 level and scored a delightful chip during Ledley King's testimonial last year.
Spurs fans rejoice. In-form Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has signed a five-and-a-half-year deal with the club.
No Premier League player has scored more across all competitions this year than Kane, who has 20.
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Young Spurs midfielder Ryan Mason has signed a new contract with the White Hart Lane outfit until 2020.
Mason has become a regular in the side under Mauricio Pochettino, after a collection of loan spells with the likes of Millwall and Swindon.
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Sheffield-born defender Kyle Walker says his family won't be supporting him in the League Cup semi-final on Wednesday night.
Spurs right-back Walker started his career with opponents Sheffield United, who his relatives will be backing over his current employers, something the defender has no issue with.
"I think as a professional footballer you have to do your job. My heart will always be with Sheffield United but I am a Tottenham player and they are my club."
There are no such split loyalties for Walker's family, though.
"No (they won't be cheering me on) - they are Sheffield United fans," he said. "Seriously.
"They obviously support me and want me to do well, but they will be wanting Sheffield United to go through, although it is a bit of a win-win situation for them because either way they will go to Wembley."