Harambee Stars Skipper Victor Wanyama has completed his term in English Premier League after seven years with two clubs, Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur.
Wanyama joined Spurs in June of 2016 from Southampton on a five-year contract for £11 million but on Tuesday the club reached an agreement with the Major League Soccer side Montreal Impact for the transfer of the holding midfielder Wanyama.
He appeared for the London club 97 times and scored 7 goals and leaves without playing a full game the new coach Jose Mourinho who has kept him in the bench.
Wanyama remains the only Kenyan player to score in the UEFA Champions League game when he featured for Scottish side, Celtic Football Club. Celtic beat Barcelona 2-1 on November 7th 2012 and Wanyama was the first to smile with the net.
In Tottenham, the 28-year old star previously worked under manager Mauricio Pochettino who brought him to the club from Southampton.
He has now signed with Montreal Impact (Canada) as a designated player via a free transfer for a three-year contract.
In Montreal he will be under Thierry Henry, former Arsenal striker who previously managed League 1 side, Monaco.