The Spurs team that reached the 2019 Champions League Final
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The Spurs team that reached the 2019 Champions League Final

01/04/24 11:12

The Spurs team that beat Ajax in the 2019 UEFA Champions League semi-final - Where are they now?

Hugo Lloris

Lloris was a Spurs legend at this point in his career. He spent 12 years at the club before being replaced by Guglielmo Vicario for the 2023/24 season.

The 37-year-old Frenchman now plays for Los Angeles FC in the MLS.

Danny Rose

Rose had some great moments with the club, including this one.

He signed for the North London side in 2007 from Leeds United. Going on to stay with the club until 2021.

A year after Spurs made the Champions League final, he went out on loan to Newcastle. And in 2021, he signed for Watford permanently, only to play eight games for them.

He's been without a club since 2022.

Jan Vertonghen

On his day, Vertonghen was one of the best defenders in the world at this stage of his career. A man unlucky to never win any silverware with Spurs.

He left for Benfica in 2020. Now 36, he plays for Anderlecht in his home country of Belgium.

Toby Alderweireld

Alongside Vertonghen, Alderweireld made some incredible memories for Tottenham. He spent six years with the London side, leaving in 2021 for Al Duhali.

Now he's 35 and playes for Antwerp in the Belgian top-flight.

Kieran Trippier

Trippier was perhaps the most underrated member of this Spurs team.

The Englishman went on to sign for Atletico Madrid in 2019, winning La Liga under Diego Simeone. He's now one of Newcastle United's best players, and 33 years old.

Victor Wanyama

Wanyama announced himself on the big stage with Southampton in 2013, being snapped up by Spurs 2016.

A year after this Champions League campaign, he left for CF Montreal where he still plays now.

Moussa Sissoko

Sissoko spent 5 years with Tottenham after beginning his Premier League career with Newcastle.

In 2021, he spent some time with Watford, before leaving for French side Nantes, where he still plays now at 34.

Son Heung-min

The South Korean international has just broken into Tottenham's all-time top five scorers list, converting his 160th goal on the weekend against Luton Town.

He's of course still in North London, and is 31.

Dele Alli

This may have been Dele's last highlight for Spurs. After 2019 he was never quite the 100 million teenager he once was.

In 2022 he left for Everton, and is still there now at 27 years old.

Christian Eriksen

Eriksen left Tottenham in 2020 under Jose Mourinho. He signed for Inter Milan but had to take a step back from football in 2021 after collapsing at Euro 2020 for Denmark.

He returned to football at Brentford in 2022, earning himself a move to Manchester United, where he still plays now.

Eriksen, made a return to football and life after the 2020 euros, he went to Brentford and is now at man united

Lucas Moura

His performance in this very game will always be remembered by Spurs fans.

The Brazilian spent five years with Spurs before returning to his boyhood club, Sao Paolo, where he still plays now.

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