Tottenham plan to send young striker Troy Parrott out on loan again next season with a view to helping him break through into the first team in the 2023-24 campaign, according to Football.London.
The 20-year-old Republic of Ireland international progressed well last term on loan with MK Dons, becoming a key factor in the club’s run to the League One play-offs.
He scored 10 goals and provided seven assists in 47 outings (Transfermarkt) and has since carried his form over onto the international stage in the UEFA Nations League.
Although he is currently pencilled in to return to parent club Spurs, Football.London have revealed the North London side intend on sending him out on loan again this summer as part of a master plan to help him into the first team the following year.
Parrott himself is keen on embarking on another spell away from the club before looking to try and make his mark and challenge for a place in Antonio Conte’s side.
The report goes on to state that Parrott has plenty of suitors in the Championship, with the likes of Swansea, Middlesbrough, Preston and QPR named as potential loan destinations.
His contract with Spurs is set to expire in the summer of 2023, although it is thought there is an option to extend his terms for another year.
Spurs Web Opinion
Tottenham clearly believe Parrott has a big future at the club and are putting together plans to improve the likelihood of that.
Another loan definitely is a good move next season having seen how well he did with MK Dons and right now it looks like Spurs won’t be having many issues finding a club for him in the short-term.
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