Tottenham Hotspur have a number of promising youngsters within their academy ranks, many of whom are knocking on the door of the first team set up.
Harry Winks and Kyle Walker-Peters are now established members of the first team, while Oliver Skipp, George Marsh, and Luke Amos have all been utilised this season.
Young Troy Parrott has also travelled as the 19th man on more than one occasions, and Marcus Edwards is due to return to the club from a loan spell, along with Josh Onomah, Cameron Carter-Vickers, and Kazaiah Sterling.
However, the future of 21-year-old forward Shayon Harrison is still somewhat unclear, but Football London have reported that Tottenham have tabled an extension offer to the youngster.
With his contract running out soon, it would make sense for the striker to sign a new deal and find a club to go on loan to for the 2019/20 season.
He spent the last few months on loan to Melbourne City in Australia, but perhaps something closer to home would make more sense this time.
Spurs Web Opinion:
At 21-years-old, this could be the last roll of the dice for Harrison. He has always been highly regarded in the academy, and I would like to see him lead the line for a Championship team for a full season. I would offer him a one-year extension and then assess his future next summer.
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