Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has officially released Sierra Leone International Kallum Cesay, along with several other players, in preparation for the upcoming 2023/24 season.

In a statement released on Thursday, the club confirmed the departures of Development Squad players Jamie Bowden Kallum Cesay, Malachi Fagan-Walcott, Roshaun Mathurin, Marqes Muir, and Romaine Mundle as their contracts came to an end. Additionally, Under-18 players Thomas Bloxham, Brandon Bryan-Waugh, and Riley Owen have also left the club following the conclusion of their scholarships.

“Tottenham Hotspur wishes all the departing players the best of luck in the next stage of their careers,” the club announced.

Kallum Cesay, a 20-year-old talent who made his Sierra Leone debut in March 2022, showcased his skills by scoring a match-winning brace on his international debut against Congo-Brazzaville, securing a 2-1 victory. Prior to his time at Tottenham, Cesay had previously played for West Ham United.

During his tenure with Tottenham, Cesay made notable contributions, scoring two goals in 15 appearances across various competitions for the Under-18s in the 2019/20 season.

He continued his progress in the following season, finding the back of the net four times in 18 appearances at the Under-18 level while also making a single appearance for the Development Squad in the Premier League 2.

The 2021/22 campaign proved to be an eventful one for Cesay, as he had the opportunity to feature for Tottenham’s first team in pre-season matches and was named as a substitute in two UEFA Europa Conference League matches.

In the recently concluded season, Kallum Cesay demonstrated his potential, making 24 appearances for the Tottenham Hotspur Under-21 Premier League 2 Division One side.

Tottenham Hotspur remains committed to nurturing young talents and wishes Kallum Cesay and all the departing players success in their future endeavors.