Jan Vertonghen announced his departure from Tottenham after eight years at the Premier League club on Monday.
The Belgium defender, whose contract was extended in June until the end of the current season, made more than 300 appearances for Spurs after joining the club from Ajax in 2012.
Vertonghen tweeted: “So my time at the club comes to an end. A sad day for many reasons.
“I will miss the friends I’ve made here, the staff that make the club run, playing at the amazing new stadium & of course you fans.”
Goalkeeper Michel Vorm is also leaving at the end of his one-year contract.
Spurs players paid tribute to the pair on social media after the 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace on Sunday, which booked Jose Mourinho’s men a place in next season’s Europa League.
Harry Kane said on Instagram: “Wish nothing but the best for @jvertonghen and @mvorm with whatever is next for them. Been a pleasure sharing a dressing room and playing with them both.”
Tottenham defender, Jan Vertonghen, has signed a new deal that would keep him at white hart lane until 2019.
The Belgium International, joined from Ajax in July 2012 and immediately established himself as a vital part of their back four.
Vertonghen became the latest spurs player to commit his future to the club after striker, Harry Kane, signed fresh terms on Thursday.
Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Eric Dier, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker, have also signed new deals since the start of the 2016/2017 season.