Tottenham Hotspur have proactively loaned out some of their young talents this season in order to experience regular first team football.
One player who was first out of the door on a temporary basis was Luke Amos, who is spending the season at QPR.
The midfielder found himself making his Premier League debut for Spurs on the opening day of last season at Newcastle United after being rewarded for his impressive displays during the club’s pre-season tour of the USA.
Amos cruelly tore his anterior cruciate ligament shortly after in a match for the club’s Under-23 side which kept him sidelined for the next nine months (Independent).
After recovering from the serious injury, the 22-year-old has made a solid start to life at QPR.
He was once again named in their starting line up for last night’s 3-1 defeat to Swansea City and suffered an injury scare when he was forced off on 29 minutes.
After the match, Rangers manager Mark Warburton gave an update to West London Sport: “We’ll see how he is. We’ll assess him. He felt some tightening, so we’ll be careful,”
“I hope very much (he’ll be OK). We’ll assess him in the morning and see how he is.”
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