Tottenham Hotspur have always relied on their academy as a reliable pool of talent for managers to dip into when needed.
This has been particularly true for the likes of Pochettino, Sherwood, and AVB at Spurs in recent years, with a number of young players bridging the gap between youth side and first team.
Harry Kane, Harry Winks, Kyle Walker-Peters, Oliver Skipp, Luke Amos, Andros Townsend, Ryan Mason, Jake Livermore, Tommy Carroll, and Nabil Bentaleb are just a few of those who have made it in the recent past.
Tottenham’s current crop of starlets will be trying to break through next season, but what of the eight returning from loan spells?
We decide who should stay and who should go?
Marcus Edwards – STAY – One last chance to prove himself, but I would like to see him do it as a fringe player at Spurs, not on loan.
Josh Onomah – GO – He’s had many chances, and seems to have an issue with effort and consistency, I would sell up.
Cameron Carter-Vickers – LOAN – I want to see Cameron challenge one last time on loan, but at a low-level Premier League club.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou – GO – Get as much money as you can for him, he has no future under Pochettino. Not an academy graduate or a youngster, and will unlikely improve.
Kazaiah Sterling – LOAN – Loan him out to a decent Championship side for a full season and see how he does.
Anthony Georgiou – GO – No longer a youngster, the 22-year-old doesn’t look like he will make it at Spurs.
Samuel Shashoua – LOAN – Give him another year out on loan to see what the 20-year-old can do.
Shayon Harrison – LOAN – Loan him out to a Championship team this time around, if he accepts the new deal he has been offered.
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