Tottenham Hotspur are reported to have tied Troy Parrott down to a new three-year deal.
The Telegraph, football reporter Mike McGrath confirmed on Twitter that the Republic of Ireland international, who only turned 18 earlier this week has put pen to paper on his first professional contract in North London which will keep him at the club until the summer of 2023.
Parrott was linked with a loan move away from Spurs in January with a number of clubs said to have been interested in his services including Charlton Athletic, QPR, ADO Den Haag and Burnley only for a move to fail to materialise (Telegraph).
The Dubliner was named on the Spurs bench by Jose Mourinho for last night’s FA Cup fourth round replay against Southampton but was not called upon.
Mourinho handed Parrott his Premier League debut back in December with a late cameo against Burnley with the Portuguese presenting his young charge with the match ball to mark the memorable occasion.
Troy Parrott has agreed a three-year deal with Tottenham. Parrott, in the squad for yesterday's FA Cup win over Southampton, turned 18 on Tuesday. #THFC will look at best way to progress now, loan or stay with Jose Mourinho's squad at #Tottenham
— Mike McGrath (@mcgrathmike) February 6, 2020
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