Former Tottenham youngster Thimothee Lo-Tutala has sent a touching message to everyone at the North London club after joining Hull City. 

Lo-Tutala played in 10 Premier League 2 games for Spurs last season, keeping five clean sheets and only conceding six goals, while also featuring twice for the club’s Under-18s (Transfermarkt).

The Frenchman was released from Spurs along with fellow youth goalkeepers Josh Oluwayemi and Isak Solberg, as well as 10 other youth players earlier this summer after their contracts ran out (Club’s official website).

Foot Mercato reported back in June that Lyon were eyeing a move for the France Under-19 international.

However, Hull City won the race for the young goalkeeper, with the Championship club confirming on their official website on Tuesday that Lo-Tutala had penned a three-year contract.

On joining the Tigers, the youngster penned a heartfelt message to his coaches at Tottenham, thanking them for their help during his six years in North London.

Lo-Tutala’s letter reads (via Football.London): “After six years at this amazing club, it is time for me to move on. I want to thank all the coaches and fans for allowing me to be part of this club and helping me learn and grow, not only on the pitch but about life also.

“And to my teammates…my brothers! Thank you for welcoming me so well from the very start, for allowing me to gain memories I’ll never forget and for giving me the privilege to fight side by side with you all. I wish you all the best. By God’s grace, we shall cross paths again. Thank you @spursofficial.”

Spurs Web Opinion

We at Spurs Web would like to wish Lo-Tutala the best in his career moving forward. Hopefully, the youngster gets first-team opportunities at Hull City and gets an opportunity to play lock horn against Spurs in the years to come.

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