Mourinho speaks about Wanyama’s future and Skipp/Parrott loan chances

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Dom Le Roy

Victor Wanyama is the forgotten man at Tottenham Hotspur at the minute, despite once being one of the first names on the team sheet under Mauricio Pochettino.

Back in 2017, Wanyama was part of a deadly midfield duo with Mousa Dembele as Spurs pushed for the Premier League title, but has since suffered his fair share of injury issues.

The Kenyan lost his place in Pochettino’s side to the likes of Harry Winks and Moussa Sissoko, rarely featuring in the past two seasons.

Since Jose Mourinho came in, Wanyama has featured only once, however, the Special One insists that he is still in his plans if he remains at the club.

Mourinho also claimed that it was unlikely that Oliver Skipp or Troy Parrott would go out on loan between now and the transfer deadline, although anything could happen.

In general, the head coach did not believe that any more Spurs players would be leaving the club during this window, although was keen not to completely rule anything out.

Charlie Eccleshare reports Mourinho said:

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