Alasdair Gold reveals 11 players Spurs could loan out next season

Ryan Sessegnon
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Football.London’s Alasdair Gold has revealed that Norwich are desperate to have Oliver Skipp back next season, while there are ten other Spurs players who could go out on loan in the near future. 

With Daniel Levy making a change in Tottenham’s structure with the appointment of Fabio Paratici as managing director of football, it remains to be seen what the future holds for the young prospects at the club. 

Gold has claimed that Paratici will work together with Spurs’ technical performance director Steve Hitchen and academy manager Dean Rastrick to find loan moves for players who are on the fringes of the first-team squad. 

The journalist revealed that they will make a decision over whether to loan out the likes of Ryan Sessegnon, Tory Parrott, Jack Clarke, Harvey White, Marcel Lavinier, Dennis Cirkin, Malachi Fagan-Walcott, Kion Etete, Jamie Bowden and J’Neil Bennett over the coming weeks and months.

Gold added that while Tottenham have high hopes for Skipp, they also want the 20-year-old to continue playing regularly.

With Norwich remaining keen on having the midfielder back, it is explained that Paratici and co have a big decision to make this summer on the England Under-21 international. 

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Seeing as both Harry Winks and Moussa Sissoko could be on their way out, Skipp could get 20-25 appearances under his belt at Spurs next season even if he is not a regular in the starting eleven, given our involvement in various competitions. 

So while I would like to see us keep him, it remains to be seen what our new head coach and Paratici will decide. Given that we also seem to be linked with midfielders like Locatelli, the prospect of Skipp being loaned out again cannot be ruled out.

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