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Here’s a list of former Tottenham Hotspur players who switched clubs this summer

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A walk town Tottenham Hotspur memory lane!

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Hey look, it’s Roman Pavlyuchenko!
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The transfer window has closed, and we’ve already noted all the Tottenham Hotspur players who have made moves either in or out this summer. But keep in mind that the La Liga window doesn’t close until today, so there’s the potential for some last-minute changes!

But what about FORMER Tottenham players? We did a dive into the lower leagues and a few major continental leagues to see if there were any names that I recognized. And we found a few we weren’t expecting!

This list is in-exhaustive, because world football is big and frankly I can’t be bothered to check every league. But if you know of former Spurs players who switched teams this summer and who aren’t listed here, please put them in the comments!

  • Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea, to Everton, £45m)
  • Jermain Defoe (Sunderland, to Bournemouth, free transfer)
  • Paulinho (Guangzhou Evergrade to Barcelona, €40m)
  • Kevin-Prince Boateng (Las Palmas to Eintracht Frankfurt, free transfer)
  • Roberto Soldado (Villarreal to Fenerbahce, €5m)
  • Roman Pavlyuchenko (Ural Yekaterinburg to Ararat Moscow, undisclosed)
  • Tom Huddlestone (Hull City to Derby County, £2m)
  • Zeki Fryers (unattached to Barnsley)
  • Frazier Campbell (unattached to Hull City)
  • Jonathan Obika (Swindon Town to Oxford United, free)
  • Shaquille Coulthirst (Peterborough to Barnet, free)
  • Hossam Ghaly (Al-Ahly to Al-Nassr, undisclosed)
  • Yuri Berchiche (Real Sociodad to PSG, undisclosed)
  • Tomás Pekhart (AEK Athens to Hapoel Be’er Shiva, undisclosed)
  • Lee Barnard (Braintree Town to Chelmsford City, undisclosed)
  • Jack Munns (Cheltenham Town to Hartlepool, undisclosed)
  • Cristian Ceballos (Charlton Athletic to Sint-Truidense, undisclosed)