Victor Wanyama looks set to decide upon his footballing future at Tottenham Hotspur later this week.
The Kenyan was heavily linked with a move away from North London in the January transfer window with former club Celtic having said to be keen to take 29-year-old back to Glasgow, while Lazio have joined Galatasaray were also interested only for a move to fail to materialise (Daily Mail).
He has less than 18 months on his Tottenham contract and turned down an £11million move to Club Brugge in the summer with his reported £62,000 a week wages proving to be an issue (Evening Standard).
His brother, Harry, has revealed that the midfielder will now revealed that the former Southampton player’s agent will disclose his intentions before the week is over.
Wanyama enjoyed a hugely successful first season at Tottenham following his move from the south coast but has struggled with injury in recent times which has seen him fall considerably down in the midfield pecking order.
The player has recently collected his British passport after being in the country for six years (Daily Mail).
Harry Wanyama told Kenyan newspaper, People Daily: “It’s a normal thing for a footballer to get British citizenship after playing or staying in the country for at least five years.
“Victor’s agent Ivan Modia will announce whether he will be leaving Spurs or not and which club. He is to make the announcement in two or three days.”
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