Tottenham’s official website has confirmed that Anthony Georgiou has returned to Cyprus to join AEL Limassol.
Georgiou graduated to the first-team at Spurs in 2017 but ultimately failed to establish himself.
He only registered one senior competitive appearance for the Lilywhites, which came during the 2017/18 season.
He had underwhelming loan spells with Levante B, Ipswich Town, and most recently Bolton Wanderers during his time with the North London club.
Georgiou’s move to Cyprus makes a lot of sense. It is evident that he is not part of Jose Mourinho’s plans, and at 23-years-old, he should now be finding stability in his career rather than spending time in the reserve side or being loaned out.
His move to Limassol is set to present him with regular first-team opportunities as well as offer him a chance to establish himself as a star in the Cypriot national side.
Born in London to a family of Greek Cypriot descent, Georgiou came through the youth ranks at Watford and Tottenham.
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