Luke Amos will stay with Queens Park Rangers until the end of the season before returning to Spurs, according to a report by West London Sport.
The midfielder’s loan deal at QPR was due to run out at the end of this month but Rangers have now agreed with Spurs to extend his stay until the end of the campaign.
The 23-year-old has notched up 25 league appearances so far for Mark Warburton’s side (transfermarket.com).
QPR have a lot to play for going into the final nine games of the season as they find themselves just six points off a the playoff spots.
Amos will no doubt play a big role if the West Londoners have any hope of pulling off an unlikely promotion.
The same cannot be said of fellow Spurs loanee Jack Clarke who has played just one league game for QPR since joining the London club in the January transfer window (transfermarkt.com).
Spurs Web Opinion
While Amos has had a decent season, I do not believe he has done enough to potentially challenge for a spot in the Spurs first-team. His time at Spurs has now passed following the terrible injury he suffered last season. The likes of Oliver Skipp and Harvey White are clearly ahead of him in the pecking order and I expect the 23-year-old to be sold in the summer.
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