Tottenham Hotspur have a number of talented youngsters at the club at the moment, with Jose Mourinho inheriting an embarrassment of riches in that respect.
The likes of Kyle Walker-Peters and Oliver Skipp have come through the academy and been around the first team for a number of seasons now.
Ryan Sessegnon was signed in the summer and used by Mourinho as a second-half substitute against Burnley at the weekend in the 5-0 win.
Young Troy Parrott, essentially the club’s second-choice striker behind Harry Kane, also got some minutes under his belt despite only being 17-years-old.
However, with Spurs playing in the biggest competitions at the highest levels, there is not always room to offer every single one of these players consistent opportunities.
The Standard now report that Mourinho wants to see how some of his youngsters get on when put out on loan for first-team football.
The report names Skipp and Tanganga as two main contenders for that route.
Spurs would first half to sort Tanganga out with a new contract, as his current deal runs out in the summer.
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