Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that Danny Rose, Kyle Walker-Peters, Jack Clarke, Luke Amos, Brandon Austin and Armando Shashoua will all complete the season at the respective clubs which they have been loaned to, before returning to North London.
The Premier League have allowed clubs to extend current loan deals, which run out at the end of June providing can reach an agreement with the player as well as their parent clubs.
A number of Tottenham’s loanees have already returned to competitive action with their clubs.
Danny Rose featured in Newcastle United’s 3-0 thrashing of Sheffield United on Sunday, while Kyle Walker-Peters came on as late a second half substitute in Southampton’s away win at Norwich City on Saturday.
Luke Amos also started for QPR in their 1-0 defeat at the hands of Barnsley on Saturday, while Jack Clarke was an un-used substitute for the Championship side.
The four players along with Brandon Austin, who has resumed the season with Danish club Viborg, and Armando Shashoua, who plays for Spanish third-tier side Atletico Baleares will continue to play for their temporary employer before returning to North London at the end of the campaign.
Spurs Web Opinion
Hopefully, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker-Peters get enough game time under their belt and put in decent performances in the final eight games of the season, so that their values can go up ahead of the transfer window.
We will likely be looking to cash in on both players this summer and it would be extremely beneficial for us if we can get a bidding war going for them. However, that would require both players to have a strong end to the season.
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