LUCAS MOURA is set to leave Tottenham on a free at the end of the season as his contract will not be renewed, according to reports.
The Brazilian winger signed for the club five years ago and played a key role in Spurs reaching the 2019 Champions League final.
But he has seen his role reduce under Antonio Conte following the arrival of Dejan Kulusevski last year.
Injury has also limited Moura to just two starts this season.
And Tottenham have decided not to activate the option in his contract to extend his stay by another year, report The Telegraph.
That means he will be available on a free transfer in the summer, though Spurs are open to offers for him this month.
Aston Villa wanted Moura last summer and made a last-ditch attempt to sign him on deadline day.
Moura, 30, reportedly rejected an approach from the Villans.
He is also believed to have said no to Newcastle but is now free to agree a pre-contract agreement with foreign clubs.
Sao Paulo have also been linked with a move to Moura and the forward is believed keen on a return to his childhood team.
Reports claimed he is in talks to join the Brazilian outfit, which he first joined as a 13-year-old.
He has made 213 appearances for Tottenham, scoring 38 goals.