Tottenham transfer news: Iago Falque exits club in £4m deal
Winger joins Genoa in £4m deal after making just one Premier League appearance
Friday 01 August 2014
Iago Falque has become the fourth player to exit Tottenham during pre-season after signing for Italian Serie A side Genoa.
Genoa have a completed a deal for the 24-year-old Spanish winger, understood to be in the region of £4million, pending a medical.
Falque joined Spurs on a season-long loan deal from Juventus three years ago before completing a permanent move the following year, but during his entire time with the club he made only one Premier League appearance.
Falque follows Jake Livermore, Heurelho Gomes and Gylfi Sigurdsson out of White Hart Lane in recent weeks.
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