London - Technical director Franco Baldini has left
Tottenham Hotspur by "mutual consent", according to a statement on
the club website.
The 54-year-old joined Spurs in June 2013 after a stint as
director of football at Italian side Roma and had left Tottenham to "spend
time outside of club football", the statement said.
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Baldini was assistant to Fabio Capello between 2007 and
2012, when the latter was in charge of the England national team.
At Spurs, Baldini oversaw the departures of several
prominent players, including the sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid for a
reported world record fee of 85.3 million pounds ($129.7 million).For
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