Current and former Tottenham players have began to react to the news of Christian Eriksen's move to Italian side Inter Milan.
Christian Eriksen's transfer away from Tottenham has been on the cards for quite a while. Numerous clubs will have inquired about the Dane's availability with the midfielder's contract coming to an end in the summer.
It is Italian giants Inter Milan who have managed to secure the playmaker's signature.
Meanwhile the North Londoners have made moves themselves, with on-loan Giovani Lo Celso being made a permanent transfer from Spanish outfit Real Betis.
Eriksen, who made 305 appearances in total for Spurs and netted 69-times, joined the club from Ajax in August 2013.
A stalwart under Mauricio Pochettino, the midfielder was central to Spurs' run to the Champions League final last season and leaves the club will a whole host of fond memories.
Several current and former players have expressed their sadness and memories following his departure.
Micky Hazard, who played for Tottenham 180-times across two spells, wrote on twitter:
Very sad to see Eriksen leave, but even sadder that it ended the way it ended. He’s been a top player for us and is ever such a lovely guy. I wish him every success in his future and hope he gets back to his very best. Feel like we’ve lost one of our family X @ChrisEriksen8— Micky Hazard (@1MickyHazard) January 27, 2020
Current Spurs 'keeper Michel Vorm wrote on instagram:
Jan Vertonghen, who had been a teammate throughout Eriksen's time at the club, simply put "I’ll miss you bro":
Harry Winks, who partnered Eriksen in the heart of Spurs' midfield, described him as "maestro"
Welsh left-back Ben Davies said "It’s been a pleasure to play with you mate. Good luck, will miss you @chriseriksen8"
One man who reaped the rewards of Eriksen's vision and wonderful technique was striker Harry Kane. The 26-year-old posted