Spurs player tipped for exit commits future to the club

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham’s highly rated 17-year-old striker Reo Griffiths is rumoured to have signed a new deal to stay at the club, according to both reputable sources on Twitter and Football.London.

Griffiths, who scored an impressive 33 goals in all competitions for Tottenham’s Under-18 side last season was the subject of interest from Celtic, Barcelona and RB Leipzig, where our former head of recruitment Paul Mitchell is now plying his trade.

There were fears that he would walk away from the club upon the expiry of his contract this summer but will instead remain for the third year of his scholarship.

Despite there being plenty of optimism over the potential of Griffiths, who turns 18 later this month, he needs to show that he can make the step up and bang the goals in when called upon for the Under-23 side and also the Under-19 side who will again compete in next season’s UEFA Youth League.

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  1. We dont need to spend massive money on a new attacker to ease kane’s pressure give this lad a go. If he misses a sitter he’d be forgiven whereas by spending millions on a second striker we would expect an instant hit.
    Give what toby wants, still sign this you dutch lad loan him out to wolves or somewhere in the premier league (and send foyth on loan too) next season, get rid of sissoko, aurier, Jensen, lamela amd dembele and bring bale back with the money raised from the player sales.
    Also give walker-peters a chance he has not disappoint us at all when given a chance. We have a brilliant young players in the youth camp (given we’ve lost one our best to the german team!!!!!!).
    Adding quiality like bale and another CM would make us challenge for top 4 next year amd push for a domestic cup along with a good champions league campaign.


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