Tottenham Hotspur’s talented young winger, Romaine Mundle, is set to leave the club and join Yaya Toure at Standard Liege in Belgium this summer, as relays the BH.
Renowned transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has confirmed the news, revealing that Mundle has made the decision to move to the Belgian side as his contract with Tottenham expires on July 1st, 2023.
According to Romano, the 20-year-old player is on the verge of signing a four-year contract with Standard Liege, which will run until June 2027. The medical tests have already been completed, with only the contract signing remaining as the final step.
Mundle’s choice to join Standard Liege comes after Yaya Toure recently left his role as the U16s coach at Tottenham to become the assistant manager at the Belgian club.
Although the 20-year-old was previously linked with German clubs Frankfurt and Koln, he has ultimately decided to follow Toure to the Belgian club.
During the past season, Mundle made 33 appearances in all competitions for the U21s side, scoring 8 goals and providing 6 assists.
He was highly regarded among the young talents at Tottenham, and his impressive performances even earned him a call-up to Tottenham’s first team squad last season, although he did not make an appearance.
Romano tweeted: “Excl: after decision made to leave Spurs, 2003 born winger Romain Mundle is set to join Standard Liège. Here we go. Agreement reached on four year deal until June 2027. Medical tests done now, then contract signing. Mundle leaves Tottenham on compensation.”