West London Sport have revealed that Tottenham academy talent Rafferty Pedder could soon be set to join Queens Park Rangers.
Pedder, who was born and raised in Maidstone, has come through the ranks at Tottenham, having played at tournaments in Germany and Belgium.
The central midfielder made six appearances for Tottenham’s Under-18s during the 2018/19 season and was also part of the Under-17 side that lifted the Euro Youth Cup in St Wendel, Germany, in 2018.
The 19-year-old has also played 13 times for Tottenham’s Under-23, picking up two assists but he has not made a senior appearance for the Lilywhites.
West London Sport have revealed that Pedder is currently on trial at QPR ahead of a possible move. The teenager is alleged to have played for Rangers’ Under-23 side in a match against Blackburn Rovers on Tuesday.
QPR won the game 1-0 thanks to a goal from striker Charlie Kelman but all eyes will now be on Pedder to see if he joins the Hoops in the coming days or weeks.
Spurs Web Opinion
Given that Pedder does not appear to be close to breaking into the first-team ranks at Spurs, a move to QPR might be the right step in his career.
At 19, the midfielder is at the stage of his career where he should be making some inroads into professional football and so a step down to a Championship or League One club might be what he needs.
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