Kenyan Captain Victor Wanyama has finally left the English Premier League.

Wanyama joined Major League Soccer side Montreal Impact from Tottenham Hotspur for an undisclosed fee.

The Harambee Stars skipper never played under Jose Mourinho after he lost his place in the squad, having dropped down the pecking order and it was just a matter before the former Southampton and Celtic midfielder would be released by Spurs.

“We have reached agreement with Major League Soccer side Montreal Impact for the transfer of Victor Wanyama,” Spurs said in a short statement.

Wanyama, who acquired the British passport early this week, made 97 appearances for Spurs in all competitions following his move from Southampton in June, 2016. 

He scored seven times during his time at the White Hart Lane, including the opening goal in Spurs final game at White Hart Lane.

Montreal is coached by former Arsenal star Thierry Henry.

Wanyama was previously linked with a move to Belgium, Germany and a possible return to Scotland with Celtic but he chose MLS.

Spurs fans will most likely remember the Kenyan for his wonder strike against Liverpool in a 2-2 draw at Anfield in 2019.