The Brazilian winger has fallen out of favour since Antonio Conte’s arrival at the North London side.
Lucas Moura has admitted the next campaign could be his last season at Tottenham.
Since joining the Spurs from Paris Saint-Germain in 2018, Moura’s career has seen a lot of ups and downs. Periods of great form have been followed by Moura’s occasional struggle to get game time.
The arrival of Dejan Kulusevski and his solid start at Tottenham made things worse for Moura last season. The 29-year-old’s game time reduced significantly toward the end of the campaign, with reports claiming he might leave this summer.
Everton have reportedly shown interest in signing Moura, but the player says he wants to fulfil his contract at Spurs.
“The idea is to fulfil the contract,” Moura told journalist Andre Hernan.
“It has one more year, with the option of one more, on the part of the club.
“So at the end of this season now, if the club wants to extend another year, they have that option.
“But my idea is this. Finalising the contract, playing in the Champions League, we haven’t played the Champions League for two years, and now it could be, perhaps, my last Champions League there at Tottenham.
“So then the idea is to stay there, fulfil the contract, then be free, then decide where I’m going.”