By Harry Sykes
Winger Nathan Oduwa has agreed a transfer from Tottenham to the Slovenian league – and Spurs fans on Twitter have given mixed views.
Spurs revealed on their official Twitter account on Tuesday afternoon that attacker Oduwa has settled terms with top tier outfit Olimpija Ljubljana.
The Slovenian club revealed on their official website that Oduwa has signed a three-year contract after ending his association with Tottenham.
We have reached agreement with Slovenian top-flight side Olimpija Ljubljana for the transfer of Nathan Oduwa. We wish Nathan all the best. pic.twitter.com/1QaJIJzHNX
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 14, 2017
Oduwa has been able to agree a move outside of the main European transfer window, which has a 31 January cut-off, because the winter window in Slovenia remains open until 15 February.
Tottenham fans have reacted strongly to the departure of the 20-year-old academy product, with some claiming he was never given an opportunity at White Hart Lane.
Others insisted that he is not up to the mark and that his transfer to a relatively obscure league demonstrates the level of his ability.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Harry Winks and Kyle Walker-Peters sign new contacts and Nathan Oduwa leaves Spurs. Busy day!
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) February 14, 2017
— Chunky (@ChunkyTHFC) February 14, 2017
— rynno satria (@rynnos) February 14, 2017
Big Oduwa leaving Spurs has cause a bit of argy ? https://t.co/rHADom38Bv
— NewCo Ned (@NedStevens74) February 14, 2017
People moaning about Oduwa not getting a chance? The bloke has had to move to Slovenia for first team football ????
— Scott Delaney (@Scott_delaney15) February 14, 2017
Why have we sold Oduwa??
— Pat (@PatrickTHFCHW) February 14, 2017
— Paul (@Paul731) February 14, 2017
Nigeria Under-23 international Oduwa has left Tottenham without playing a senior match for the club.
He has had four loan moves in the last two seasons, including at Rangers and Football League trio Luton, Peterborough and Colchester.
But Oduwa did not make a big impact at the quartet and has taken the decision to develop his game in a lower profile league.