Young Tottenham Hotspur defender, Malachi Fagan-Walcott, has confirmed he is leaving the club after eight years, expressing his gratitude in a heartfelt social media message.
In his farewell post, Fagan-Walcott thanked everyone at Tottenham, including fellow players and staff, for their support throughout his journey as a footballer.
He acknowledged their role in helping him pursue his dream of becoming a professional footballer and growing as an individual.
“After 8 years at Spurs the time has come for me to say goodbye”
“I would like to thank everyone at Spurs from players to staff for helping me become the person I am today, and helping me act upon a dream of becoming a professional footballer. Wish everyone all the best.”
After 8 years at @SpursOfficial the time has come for me to say goodbye. I would like to thank everyone @SpursOfficial from players to staff for helping me become the person I am today,and helping me act upon a dream of become a professional footballer. Wish everyone all the best pic.twitter.com/4766Q2PF0X
— Malachi Fagan-Walcott (@MalachiWalcott5) September 15, 2023
Once considered a promising academy prospect who could break into Tottenham’s first team, Fagan-Walcott made his senior debut in 2020 during a Champions League match against RB Leipzig. However, injuries and setbacks hampered his progress, leading to his departure from the club.
With a fresh start on the horizon, Fagan-Walcott will seek to revive his career away from Tottenham, aiming to make an impact elsewhere.