Goalkeeper Michel Vorm is heading out of Tottenham in the coming weeks as he prepares to end his five-year spell at the club, Football Insider understands.
The 15-times Holland international is out of contract at Spurs in June and there are currently no plans to extend it.
Vorm has slipped to third in the keeper pecking order this season behind established number one Hugo Lloris and Argentine Paulo Gazzaniga, who displaced the Dutchman as the deputy last autumn.
The 35-year-old has spoken of his frustration at sitting on the sidelines and source close to the player has told Football Insider he would look to move on if he was offered a contract extension and is preparing to quit within weeks.
Vorm has made four appearances this season but has not had any action since a substitute appearance in the Champions League draw at PSV Eindhoven last October.
The former Swansea City keeper has made just 47 appearances since moving to White Hart Lane in the summer of 2014.
He has no plans to retire and is eager for a new challenge where he can play have regular playing time.
Vorm told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf at the end of last year: “I think I have a few good years for myself. My contract expires after this season, then we’ll see how it goes. I feel very good. Now I have to make sure that I stay fit. It’s always boring to sit on the bench or in the stands.”
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