Tottenham Hotspur have been relatively quiet on the transfer front, despite being heavily linked to numerous players.
One of their former team members, however, has found himself a new club.
On Tuesday, Ryan Fredericks finalised a move to West Ham United on a four-year deal, which will come into effect on July 1.
The 25-year-old joined the Premier League outfit from Fulham, where he spent three years of his career and ended it by helping the Cottagers win the Championship playoff final.
Now, Fredericks, who made 48 appearances in all competitions last season, will be going up against his former club in the top flight.
In fact, the defender will compete against two of his ex-clubs, including Tottenham, where he developed as a youngster.
Fredericks graduated from Spurs’ academy in 2010, but failed to make the grade at first-team level and eventually left to join Bristol City for a short spell in 2015.
Despite the fact that Fredericks has not been associated with Tottenham for some time, fans are disappointed that he has joined London rivals West Ham.
Poor from him. I’d have rather stayed at Fulham, even if it meant a decrease in salary.
— James Pople (@JamesPople7) June 5, 2018
tin pot club
— Jack ひ (@pumpumalli) June 5, 2018
— Philip ?? (@shitssoko) June 5, 2018
RIP respectable football career
— join. (@Memephis_) June 5, 2018
— William (@spursy_chirpy) June 5, 2018
Would’ve been a good freebie for us, do a better job than airier
— Nicky (@Marshall89Nicky) June 5, 2018
What have you done lad
— Matt Ferrand (@FerrandMatt) June 5, 2018
— Steve Farrugia (@stevefarrugia) June 5, 2018