TOTTENHAM fans are unhappy after learning that defender Japhet Tanganga is set to join Millwall on loan.
The 24-year-old, who can play both centre-half and right-back, spent the first half of the campaign with Bundesliga side Augsburg.
But he failed to play a single minute for the German club and was only named on the bench for one game.
He was recalled by Spurs earlier this month as the Lilywhites sought a better move for the Hackney-born star.
However, the deal will not include an option-to-buy clause, meaning he will return to North London in the summer.
And Tottenham supporters cannot believe the club has not managed to offload him on a permanent deal.
One said: “This is not a good move at all.”
Another added: “Can we learn how to sell deadwood? 🤦🏿♂️”
A third replied: “No buy option?”
While a fourth responded: “Always on loan.”
Tanganga has played just 50 games for Spurs since making his debut back in September 2019.
He only featured seven times for the club last season and has been an outcast for some time.
Tanganga’s move comes just days after Spurs left-back Sergio Reguilon was also loaned out.
It is his third loan in less than 18 months after he spent last season with Atletico Madrid.
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