Anthony Georgiou has completed an AEL Limassol medical after jetting out to complete a permanent move from Tottenham, Football Insider has learned.
The 23-year-old is in Cyprus putting the finishing touches to the transfer as he brings his eight-year spell at Spurs to an end.
A Tottenham source has Football Insider that Georgiou has agreed personal terms with Limassol after being given the green light to leave the Londoners ahead of his contract expiring in the summer.
The Cyprus international is set to be Limassol’s marquee signing this month as they look to push for the league title.
AEL are second in the division and well placed to challenge after finishing a relatively lowly sixth last season.
Georgiou has been targeted after failing to make an impression in the Tottenham senior set-up.
This site broke the news last week that Limassol had opened talks with the Spurs man over a move ahead of the 1 February window cut-off.
The Londoners then gave Georgiou permission to leave after an offer was tabled by the Cypriot outfit.
The winger, who can also play at full-back, has made just one senior appearance for Tottenham, which came in the Champions League in 2017 when Mauricio Pochettino was manager.
Spurs handed the international a new contract in 2019 but Georgiou has been unable to add to that single first-team showing.
With his deal expiring in the summer, his focus has been on securing a move to a club where he can play regular senior football.
The eight-times international, who joined Spurs in 2013 from the Watford academy, has previously had loan spells at Bolton Wanderers and Ipswich Town as well as Levante in Spain.