Opinion: These are the two youngsters Tottenham have to sign this summer

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur are always on the lookout for the next up-and-coming youngster, particularly those currently thriving in the Championship and League One.

You need look no further than Dele Alli, Ryan Sessegnon, and Jack Clarke to see how Spurs like to do their business in that regard.

So, who should the Lilywhites be looking to bid for this summer? I have two names at the very top of my list:

Eberechi Eze – 

I would be gutted if Tottenham did not sign this lad in the summer. He looks made for a big club and the Premier League.

Eze has already made a total of 98 appearances for QPR in the past four seasons, racking up 17 goals in that time (Wikipedia). He also enjoyed a loan spell at Wolves two seasons ago, in which he grabbed five goals in 22 games.

Anyone who has watched this lad knows the pace, power, and drive he possesses in the front line. A player capable of picking up the ball, breaking the lines, and finding an end product.

He is ideal for what Spurs need at this moment in time and Levy clearly has a good relationship with the people over at QPR, with both Amos and Clarke on loan at the Championship club.

Nathan Ferguson – 

There is not quite the same level of buzz around this guy, but I have liked what I’ve seen of him. The main plus side to a Ferguson deal is that his contract comes to an end in the summer.

Spurs need a couple of right-backs, especially if Aurier is sold, and Ferguson could represent a fantastic youth option.

If he does indeed leave on a free, then it should be a no-brainer for Spurs.

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