Daniel Levy set to allow Kazaiah Sterling leave Tottenham in the summer
According to Football Insider (h/t ESPN), Tottenham are set to allow Kazaiah Sterling to leave the club on a permanent basis in the summer. The forward has gone out on numerous loan spells but has failed to produce the desired impact.
He is out of contract at the end of this season. The club are very likely to not offer Sterling an extension on his current deal and he could pretty much not feature for the club again.
Sterling has failed to perform on loan spells
During his spell at Spurs, Sterling has gone on loan to clubs such as Sunderland, Leyton Orient and Doncaster Rovers. Even this season, he has been out on two separate loan spells to Southend United and Greenock Morton.
None of those stints have produced results as the forward has struggled big time to get on the score sheet on a regular basis. It’s rather puzzling as to why that has been the case given he has good numbers for the youth sides at Spurs. Sterling also has two first-team appearances for the north Londoners.
It seems like the end of the road for Sterling at Spurs
With this latest spell at Morton, it means that Kazaiah Sterling is on his fifth loan outing. That does not bode well for the youngster.
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Sterling was sent out on loans so that he could gather some first-team experience. Goals have been scarce for the Englishman due to bad form and fitness issues, however. Spurs have likely accepted that he might not have what it takes to play for the side and he could be let go on the expiry of his contract.