White Hart Lane side lose another Croatian.
Vedran Corluka has completed his move from Tottenham Hotspur to Lokomotiv Moscow.
The Croatia defender has signed a three-year deal with the Russian club, for an undisclosed fee believed to be up to £5.5million.
Lokomotiv, who confirmed the transfer on their website, signed Corluka on the advice of new boss Slaven Bilic, who led Croatia until their exit at Euro 2012.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
Corluka is the second Croatian to leave White Hart Lane this summer, with Niko Kranjcar moving to Dynamo Kiev, and Tottenham fans may hope that Luka Modric doesn’t make it an unwanted hat-trick.
The 26 year old saw his first team chances reduced following the emergence of youngster Kyle Walker, with the former Sheffield United man beginning to make a real impact, and last term Vedran Corluka was loaned out to Bayer Leverkusen and even Harry Redknapp’s sacking has not led to a recall to the first team picture at the North London club.
The former Man City man chalked up 110 appearances for Spurs since his £8.5m move to the club four years ago.