After a long hiatus from the transfer window, Spurs dipped into the coffers and signed promising attacker, Jack Clarke from Leeds United.
However, part of the £10 million agreement will see Clarke loaned back to Leeds to continue his development this coming season under Marcelo Biesla (The Guardian).
Will this be the only piece of business between Leeds and Spurs this transfer window, though?
With rumours circulating around Leeds’ popular Swedish defender, Pontus Jansson and his possible move to Brentford, could Spurs have a ready made replacement to help the Yorkshire club one more time (West London Sport)?
If reports are to believed, we are looking to offload a player Pochettino once believed to have the potential ‘to become the best defender in England‘.
With Cameron Carter-Vickers loaned out to attacking team, Swansea City last season he definitely has the propensity to use his robust defending style in the heart of Biesla’s defence (Swansea City).
Carter-Vickers signed a new contract with Spurs in 2018, tying him to the club until 2021 (Tottenham Hotspur).
HITC have now named Carter-Vickers as one of three potential replacements for Pontus Jansson at Leeds United.
Carter-Vickers has time on his side to show his quality, but with reports suggesting he is part of an ‘8 man for sale list’, could his time with Spurs be coming to an end (The Daily Mail)?
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If all the reports are to believed, Carter-Vickers could probably work under one of the most influential managers in the game, Biesla.
If this is the case, I would love for it to be a loan deal with the option to buy, just in case we start to see glimpses of that early potential.
That would be one way to prove your worth, right?
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