Tottenham Hotspur academy graduate, Shayon Harrison, has now revealed that he has left the club to join Almere City FC.
This comes after Spurs removed the player from their U23 squad listing on the official club website, which sparked rumours of a departure.
Harrison made his debut for Tottenham back in 2016 in a League Cup match against Liverpool, but that would be his first and last outing in a Lilywhite shirt.
He spent the next three seasons out on loan to Yeovil Town, Southend United, and Melbourne City, scoring a total of just five goals in 39 appearances over the three spells (Wikipedia).
Almere City FC are a Dutch football club in the second division and Harrison reveals that he is excited to start a new chapter of his life over in the Netherlands.
He also made sure to thank everyone at Tottenham for his time in North London.
We at Spurs Web would like to wish him all the best for the future.
Delighted to join @AlmereCityFC
Looking forward to this new & exciting chapter. Can’t wait to get started! ?⚪️?
Thank you to everyone at @SpursOfficial who have helped me along the way in my career.@StephenWoodMSM @Midassports pic.twitter.com/MCqRrwcey4
— Shay (@ShayonHarrison) July 29, 2019
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