Summer transfer fates of Tottenham’s 14 on loan players revealed as 6 starts in Jose Mourinho release
Jose Mourinho has a number of big decisions to make at Tottenham over the next few months as he puts his plans in place for the upcoming campaign.
With the head coach to determine who stays and who leaves his current squad in the first team, the 58-year-old must also decide what exactly to do with those currently absent from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium under loan deals.
Spurs have a total of 14 players on loan for the remainder of the current campaign, some having more joy than others.
But what exactly could the future hold for them next summer? football.london have a look.
Oliver Skipp (Norwich City)
To jump appear to be a big part of the Tottenham squad next season after such success in the league with Norwich City.
Becoming an integral part of the Canarian side in their promotion campaign, the same could well happen at Spurs, as many see him with Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg forming a formidable partnership in the middle.
Norwich will want to keep him at Carrow Road next season, but there is a good chance he will represent Tottenham in the top flight. KEEP
Ryan Sessegnon (Hoffenheim)
Sessegnon also gets a few regular minutes under his belt after such a difficult first season in North London.
He will return to Tottenham this summer and Mourinho will take a close look at him before deciding what to do with the young all-rounder.
Spurs are extremely well supplied at left-back so it may be another year elsewhere, unless the boss thinks he has a big role to play.
However, it will be up to the player to get Mourinho’s attention before the transfer market closes. KEEP, IF THERE IS A ROLE TO PLAY
Juan Foyth (Villarreal)
Initially struggling for pitch time to start at Villarreal, Foyth now gets a very good run in the team under Unai Emery.
Reports from Spain suggest the club will be looking to buy him on a permanent contract this summer and they have a clause for that to happen.
If indeed the yellow submarine does not decide to activate it, Spurs could look to move the Argentine permanently anyway, as he can raise vital funds to help strengthen the squad. SUMMER OUTPUT
Troy Parrott (Town of Ipswich)
Parrot had a mixed time on loan after leaving Tottenham this summer.
His move from the capital to Millwall just didn’t work out as the Republic of Ireland international is now in League One with Ipswich Town.
Given Spurs’ wealth of offensive options, as well as Dane Scarlett’s permanent place in the first team next season, another year of absence for Parrott could be good for everyone involved. TO LEND
Cameron Carter Vickers (Bournemouth)
Carter-Vickers is now on loan at Tottenham for the fourth trotting season.
He’s been ubiquitous on the Bournemouth side since early February and they may well want to keep him on a permanent contract this summer.
Off contract at Tottenham at the end of the season, although Spurs sometimes have options in contracts to extend them for another year, it seems like the perfect time for him to move on and join a club from permanently rather than going on loan every year. SUMMER OUTPUT
Jack Clarke (Stoke City)
Clarke stayed at Tottenham at the start of the season and he explained that it helped his game as he trained day in and day out with Harry Kane and Gareth Bale.
Now back in the Championship with Stoke City to get a few well-deserved minutes in the tank, Clarke has started just six of his 14 games for the Potters.
Another loan would be ideal for the player to help in his progress. TO LEND
Paulo Gazzaniga (Elche)
Gazzaniga is still waiting to make his first appearance of the season after moving to Elche in the winter transfer market to play regularly.
Given that he simply won’t get playing time back at Spurs with Hugo Lloris and Joe Hart ahead of him in the pecking order, a summer out may be better for both sides to bring in the money as he will be without contract in 2022. SUMMER OUTPUT
Brandon Austin (City of Orlando)
Austin has yet to play a competitive game for his new club as the MLS campaign has yet to begin.
He won’t be returning to Hotspur Way this summer as his loan lasts the entire season. TO LEND
Harvey White (Portsmouth)
White has clearly done something right at Tottenham after signing a new deal until 2024 in December.
Making his senior bow for the first team the previous month, Spurs allowed him to join Portsmouth on loan in January to help him gain more experience playing in a first team environment.
Another loan would certainly be worth considering due to the players ahead of him at Spurs currently. TO LEND
Kazaiah Sterling (Greenock Morton)
In and out of Southend’s squad at the start of the season, Sterling is now plying his trade in Scotland for Greenock Morton.
The leader has only started two of his five appearances for his new club and he’s been an unused substitute on two separate occasions.
A Tottenham exit seems likely, however, this summer, as he is out of contract and has only made two appearances for the first team. SUMMER OUTPUT
TJ Eyoma (Lincoln City)
Eyoma still has plenty of time to sign his contract with Tottenham after signing a new three-year deal this summer.
A regular on the Lincoln City side for the vast majority of the season, the defender has unfortunately spent a lot of time on the bench since early February.
Another one-season loan would do him good. TO LEND
Jack Roles (Stevenage)
Impressive at Cambridge United last season, things didn’t go so well for Roles this time around.
Having spent a large chunk of his loan at Burton Albion after playing just three times, he is fighting for football again at Stevenage and has missed his last eight teams.
A permanent move elsewhere seems likely as he is at the end of his contract this summer. SUMMER OUTPUT
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Shilow Tracey (Cambridge United)
Playing a total of 244 minutes in League One for Shrewsbury Town to start this season, Tracey dropped out of one division to join Cambridge United in January,
He now plays more regularly, but the vast majority of his playing time is off the bench.
Scheduled to turn 23 at the end of April, a permanent move seems likely once his contract expires at the end of the season. SUMMER OUTPUT
Jubril Okedina (Cambridge United)
Okedina is also spending the remainder of the season at Cambridge after moving at the end of the year.
Under contract with Tottenham until 2022 after recently signing a new deal, it wouldn’t be a shock to see him go on loan again so he can continue his development in the EFL. TO LEND