Report: How 10 Spurs loanees have fared since January – Including Roles and Amos

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Tottenham Hotspur have a number of players out on loan at the moment and Football.London have now given an update on how each of them has fared since the January transfer window.

Among the first-team stars, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker-Peters joined Newcastle United and Southampton respectively and, as fans will be aware, they have had mixed fortunes.

Walker-Peters started only one game for the Saints before the season was suspended while Rose has gone to start five of the six games since arriving at the North East.

The report also suggests that a permanent move to the Magpies is on the cards for the 29-year-old this summer.

Tottenham would have been hoping that Jack Clarke would secure more game time at QPR after barely getting a look in at Leeds United in the first half of the season.

However, it is revealed that his spell with the London club has not gone according to plan, with the winger starting only one of five games since arriving.

His Rangers teammate, Luke Amos, has been a much more important player for Mark Warburton’s side this season but the midfielder has also lost his place in the side in recent months.

Two players who were excelling before the season was suspended were Cameron Carter-Vickers at Luton Town and Jack Roles at Cambridge United. Both players have played an important role for their respective sides, putting in consistent displays in the process.

It is also revealed that the likes of Armando Shashoua, Brandon Austin, Kazaiah Sterling, and George Marsh haven’t got any considerable game time since their January moves.

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Unfortunately, it doesn’t look as if any of the players who are out on loan have a future at the club. On the face of it, it looks as if Jose Mourinho is continuing Pochettino’s policy of keeping the promising youngsters at Spurs (Japhet Tanganga, Oliver Skipp and Troy Parrott) and loaning out others who he doesn’t see as a part of the first-team picture.

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