Goal exclusively revealed last September that Spurs had pinpointed the former England No.2 to head a restructure of their recruitment operations before stepping up their interest in May with a technical director's position lined up.
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"I want to thank Roma’s ownership for the opportunity to work together. I have enjoyed my time in Rome and wish the best to the club, the players and fans," Baldini told the club's official website.
Roma president James Pallotta added: "We thank Franco Baldini for his service to Roma over the past two seasons. He played an important role in the launch of our project. We wish him well in his future endeavors."
Baldini had come under fire during last season following a number of decisions that backfired; former manager Luis Enrique, players Fernando Gago and Jose Angel, goalkeeping coach Franco Tancredi and head of communication Daniele Lo Monaco were all appointed on Baldini's recommendation and have since left the Olimpico Stadium.
Tottenham, though, are keen to crank up their recruitment drive after again missing out on Champions League football on the final day of the season, with the likes of long-term target Leandro Damiao again on Levy's radar.