Tottenham Hotspur have a number of promising young players in their academy looking to make the step up into the first team at the moment.
Harry Winks has emerged as a first team regular this season, with Kyle Walker-Peters and Oliver Skipp also sporadically used by Pochettino.
On loan stars such as Marcus Edwards, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Shayon Harrison, and Josh Onomah will also be looking to play their way into the Argentine’s plans for next season.
However, one youngster who has struggled for game time out on loan is Kazaiah Sterling, a striker who was on the fringes of the first team during Tottenham’s January injury crisis.
Sterling went out on loan to Sunderland at the end of the transfer window, but has been largely unused by Jack Ross.
He hasn’t played since the 3rd of February, and hasn’t even appeared on the bench for over a month now, raising questions over why they took him on in the first place.
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