Tottenham Hotspur will not extend Lucas Moura’s expiring contract. The Brazilian is available on a free transfer in the summer.
Tottenham Hotspur will not extend Lucas Moura’s expiring contract. A corresponding option will let the Spurs pass. The Brazilian is available on a free transfer in the summer.
After five and a half years, Lucas Moura and Tottenham parted ways. As Mike McGrath dated DailyTelegraph reported, Spurs will not renew the Brazilian’s expiring contract. Tottenham could have extended the working paper by another season thanks to an option, but are not making use of it. Accordingly, Moura is available for free in the summer.
The 30-year-old can now negotiate with clubs and sign a preliminary contract for next season. There may even be a change in the current transfer period. Aston Villa are said to have tried to acquire Moura in the summer, but Tottenham refused to sell at the time. The Brazilian is also loosely linked with a return home; Flamengo is said to be interested.
In the current season, Moura has only made eleven competitive appearances for Spurs – also due to injury – and has only started in two games.
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