The summer transfer window saw plenty of incomings and outgoings at Tottenham Hotspur.
While the club were active in recruiting new talent to bolster Mauricio Pochettino’s squad with the likes of Tanguy Ndombele’s arrival smashing the club’s transfer fee record, there were also departures.
Fernando Llorente, Michel Vorm and Vincent Janssen all headed out of the N17 exit while there was also the departure of a player who had come through the ranks at the Tottenham academy.
Josh Onomah found himself on his way to Fulham as part of a deal which saw the highly-rated Ryan Sessegnon put pen to paper on a contract with the Champions League finalists.
Onomah had found himself out of favour at Spurs with Mauricio Pochettino instead deciding to give the likes of George Marsh and Harvey White the chance to impress during the club’s pre-season campaign.
The 22-year-old could be in line to make his first appearance for Fulham this evening when they face Millwall.
Onomah turned out for the club’s Under-23 side on Monday when he featured for 45 minutes and scored in their match against West Brom.
Hopefully, Onomah can get his career somewhat back on track at the Cottagers.
Two respective loan spells at Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday were intended to have the aim of Onomah returning to Spurs with first-team football under his belt to compete for a place in Pochettino’s team, sadly it never worked out that way for the England Under-21 international.
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