Report: Levy wants new Spurs manager to play these two youngsters

Daniel Levy
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The Telegraph have reported that Daniel Levy wants the new Tottenham manager to give opportunities to both Oliver Skipp and Ryan Sessegnon next season.

One would think that few managers would argue with that proposal as Skipp and Sessegnon both enjoyed outstanding loan spells last season and would surely represent valuable squad players.

Skipp went on loan to Norwich City and played all but one of their Championship games as they marched towards the title. He only missed that one due to injury, racking up 47 appearances, one goal and two assists in total (TransferMarkt).

Ryan Sessegnon went on loan to German club, Hoffenheim and played 27 matches at left-back, left wing-back and left-wing, scoring two and assisting three (TransferMarkt).

If reports are to be believed, Paulo Fonseca should be set to join Spurs as the new head coach as early as next week.

Levy reportedly wants both Skipp and Sessegnon to feature and for the new boss to keep a keen eye on the duo as they progress.

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