Juan Foyth is not expected to play for Tottenham again after his agent lay the foundations for a summer move.

That is the verdict of an ex-Spur well connected to the club who remains in contact with senior staff members.

He told told Football Insider the north Londoners will make Foyth available for sale after he failed to make any impression since Jose Mourinho took over as manager.

“He’s played his last game for us, that’s clear to see,” the former Tottenham player explained. “Good talent who could go far, but Mourinho doesn’t fancy him.”

This site revealed last month the Londoners are set to listen to offers for the Argentina international defender, 22, in the next transfer window.

Tellingly, Foyth has not even made a matchday squad at Spurs since the turn of the year.

He has been leapfrogged in the pecking order by academy product Japhet Tanganga, while senior quartet Toby Alderweireld, Eric Dier, Jan Vertonghen and Davinson Sanchez are also ahead of him.

Former manager Mauricio Pochettino had been a big fan of Foyth and was convinced he could make it at Tottenham.

However, his agent Claudio Curti told talkSPORT last week that Foyth will hold talks with the club imminently about the possibility of a summer transfer.

Tottenham had high hopes for Foyth when he was signed in the summer of 2017.

He has gone on to earn 10 senior Argentina caps while at the club but has made just 32 appearances for the Londoners in three seasons.

In other Tottenham news, a five-year option has been mooted amid Guillem Balague’s Spurs transfer reveal.