Report provides update on some of Tottenham’s loanees

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Oliver Skipp
Rob Newell - CameraSport / Contributor

Football.London has provided an update on how the likes of Oliver Skipp, Tory Parrott, Jack Clarke and the other Tottenham youngsters currently out on loan have been getting on over the past few weeks. 

Unsurprisingly, Skipp continues to be a mainstay in the Norwich midfield, putting in consistent displays which have helped the Canaries move ten points clear at the top of the Championship table.

However, the report names Jack Clarke and Cameron Carter-Vickers as the two players whose form has improved the most over the past few weeks. 

Carter-Vickers continues to be solid at the back for Bournemouth while Clarke seems to be growing in confidence with each appearance for Stoke. 

The winger picked up an assist in the Potters’ 2-0 win over Wycombe on Saturday, with Stoke Sentinel handing him a rating of ‘7’ for his display and writing about the 20-year-old: “Took the chance to run at defenders after being handed start on left wing. Neat cross for Souttar goal and set up Norrington-Davies and Allen late on.”

Ryan Sessegnon got 37 minutes after coming off the bench in Hoffenheim’s 2-0 win over Wolfsberg last weekend with the England Under-21 international continuing his quest to regain match fitness after picking up a thigh injury.

Troy Parrott is yet to find the back of the net for Ipswich although the striker is said to have come close on a couple of occasions. Despite his lack of goals, the 19-year-old continues to get positive reviews for his all-round game.

The striker was handed a rating of ‘8’ by East Anglian Daily Times for his performance in Ipswich’s 2-1 win at Accrington Stanley, with the publication writing about his display: “The Tottenham loanee is proving himself to be a workhorse with plenty of quality. He battled tirelessly throughout this game with having too many sights of goal, though he did win the penalty ultimately missed by Norwood. He’s an asset to this team.”

Meanwhile, Juan Foyth continues to get game time at Villarreal owing to his versatility, with Unai Emery most recently employing the 23-year-old at right-back after previously using him at centre-back and as a defensive midfielder.

However, Foyth’s compatriot Paulo Gazzaniga is yet to make a single appearance for Elche since joining the club on loan in January.

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