Tottenham Hotspur failed to make any signings across the 2018/19 season, becoming the first Premier League side in history to do so.

The last signing that the Lilywhites made was the acquisition of Lucas Moura from PSG back in January 2018.

However, Spurs have happily put their faith in youngsters this season, with Pochettino making the most of all the talent the Tottenham academy has to offer.

Harry Winks has progressed to become a first team regular while Oliver Skipp has made the step up into the senior squad.

Kyle Walker-Peters has been used in some big games, and the likes of Luke Amos, Kazaiah Sterling and Troy Parrott have all been in and around the first team set up.

Spurs may now be looking to add a new young face to the academy in the shape of Bristol City’s Prince Derek Henry (Sun on Sunday – as reported by Bristol Post).

The 15-year-old striker has been catching the eye this season with his 20 goals for the U16s and U18s.

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