Spurs star signings decides to leave this summer after just eight league starts last season

According to a recent report, Davinson Sanchez has made the decision to leave Tottenham Hotspur in search of an opportunity to play in a different league, writes the Daily Mail.

Since joining the club in 2017, the Colombian center-back has accumulated over 200 appearances for Spurs. However, the 27-year-old has struggled to fully establish himself at the club and has slipped down the pecking order at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, starting just eight Premier League matches. Colombian reporter Pipe Sierra has now revealed that Sanchez has opted not to continue his tenure at Tottenham, despite the appointment of Ange Postecoglou as the manager.

The player’s representatives are expected to hold discussions with Spurs regarding an exit strategy, as he has one year remaining on his contract and the intention is to sell him. Although there has been interest from Premier League clubs, Sanchez is reportedly inclined to pursue a foreign challenge after serving Tottenham for six years. Earlier reports from Mail Sport indicated that Sanchez was among seven potential departures being considered by Spurs this summer, as the club undergoes a revamp under Postecoglou following their failure to qualify for European football.

Prior to his arrival at Tottenham, Sanchez had stints with Atletico Nacional in Colombia and Dutch club Ajax, leaving open the possibility of playing in countries where he has not yet competed. It is a disappointing conclusion to Sanchez’s career in the top-flight of English football, with the center-back facing criticism from both Spurs fans and pundits.