All the best for the future, GK!
The Evening Standard say that Tottenham are demanding £17million for the midfielder but Club Brugge are not prepared to pay that. "Even though our story wasn't the one I hoped for when I arrived here, I still feel like I learned a lot, as a player and as a man", Nkoudou said.
"Also a big thank you to the fans who had my back and supported me through the times".
Spurs spent £11million bringing him to the club three years ago, but it was a move that never worked out and they have spent the past three transfer windows trying to get him off the wage bill.
The 28-year-old Kenyan, who joined Spurs from Southampton in 2016 for £11m, could move to the Jupiler Pro League leaders for an initial £9m.
With the addition of Tanguy Ndombele and existing midfield resources of Moussa Sissoko, Harry Winks and Eric Dier, Mauricio Pochettino has plenty of options in the middle of the pitch.
The lack of game time did make it hard for clubs to judge whether or not Nkoudou would be of use to them, but Besiktas' director of football, Ali Naibi, didn't need much from recent outings to be convinced.