We find out how the likes of Nacer Chadli, DeAndre Yedlin and Tom Carroll have gotten on in their post-Tottenham Hotspur careers.
As the season draws to a close, we find out how Tottenham Hotspur's departed stars have fared this season.
Chadli’s West Bromwich Albion career got off to a flying start with four goals and two assists in his first five games for the club.
The attacking midfielder, who earned a recall to Belgium’s national side, has continued to be a regular starter under Tony Pulis despite some inconsistent form. He set up Albion’s opener in their 3-1 victory over Arsenal at the Hawthorns last month.
Mason is still recovering from the skull fracture he suffered against Chelsea in January. The 25-year-old had made 16 league appearances for Hull City before the incident.
Pritchard looks set for another season in the Championship following a disappointing campaign with Norwich City.
After an injury disrupted start to life at Carrow Road, the winger has enjoyed a consistent run of games for the Canaries since February. Pritchard bagged braces against Nottingham Forest and Reading, as well as two assists in the recent 2-0 win over already-promoted Brighton and Hove Albion.
Yedlin’s decision to drop into the Championship has paid off.
The right-back sealed promotion back to English football’s top-flight with Newcastle United earlier this month. Yedlin, 23, has only been involved in three league defeats from 25 appearances this season. He has also chipped in with five assists for the Magpies.
Carroll faces a nervy run-in with relegation-threaten Swansea City. The midfielder, who has impressed since arriving at the Liberty Stadium, netted his first goal for the club in their win over Stoke City last weekend.