The Austrian defender leaves north London after two years in the capital and has thanked both the club and the fans for their support during his time in the capital.
Fans wished Wimmer well upon his departure as he posted a lengthy post to his social media pages in both German and English as he confirmed his move away from Tottenham.
“Dear friends and fans,” he writes. “Today my transfer to Stoke City, to the Potters, has been announced officially.
“I leave the Spurs family, White Hart Lane and London after two years to face new challenges at one of the oldest football clubs in the world. The two years with the Spurs were great and exciting years for my footballing and personal development.
“After such an intense time, one leaves many friends and therefore I thank the club, my teammates and, above all, all the fans for their great support and the unforgettable games, adventures and experiences that I was honored to be part of.
“From the heart, I wish the Spurs, the fans, the city of London and my teammates all the best for the future. See you again at the games against my new sportive home: Stoke City.
“In my professional career, I always had the honor and the luck to play for traditional football clubs: LASK Linz, FC Cologne, Tottenham Hotspur and now for The Potters.
“Stoke City is the second oldest professional football club in the UK and I am very grateful that I can continue my career in this great and historic club and I am looking forward to the fans, my new teammates and the whole team as well as games at the bet365 Stadium in Stoke.
“As always, I am going to give everything to the club, the fans and the people in charge of Stoke City to repay the trust in me and I hope you will continue to support me in my next career step.
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