Nothing is riding on Tottenham’s final Champions League group game away to Bayern Munich with the Bavarians having already sealed top spot and Spurs being assured of second place. in Group B

Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho admitted in the pre-match press conference that the game represents a good opportunity for him to take a look at some of the younger players and other first-team stars who haven’t had opportunities to feature since he took over last month (Football.London).

Football.London now report that the 56-year-old could potentially hand stars to Troy Parrott, Japhet Tanganga, Oliver Skipp, Kyle Walker-Peters and Ryan Sessegnon at the Allianz Arena.

The new Spurs boss brought on Parrott, Skipp and Sessegnonn from the bench during the final stages of the game against Burnley last Saturday.

Apart from the aforementioned youngsters, the report also claims that Mourinho could hand appearances to Juan Foyth, Victor Wanyama and Giovani Lo Celso who are also yet to start a game since his arrival.

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It will be a fantastic experience for the likes of Parrott and Skipp to play against one of the best team’s in Europe. While I am excited to see how our young guns will get on, I am also hopeful that Lo Celso and Foyth can both put in good displays and stake their claim for a starting spot.

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