Mikey Moore is continuing to shine for Tottenham’s Under-18s, with the teenager netting twice as they beat Reading 3-0 over the weekend.
Moore is widely seen as one of the most promising talents in the Spurs academy, with the winger scoring three goals and providing four assists in 10 appearances for the Under-18s last season (Transfermarkt).
The teenager signed his first professional contract back in June, with Fabrizio Romano revealing at the time that Daniel Levy and the Spurs board fought hard to keep the youngster at the club as he was attracting interest from several European sides.
This was also backed up by Alasdair Gold, who said on his YouTube channel earlier this month that Tottenham fought off some eye-watering offers for the 16-year-old during the summer.
Mikey Moore is impressing for Spurs this season
Moore has certainly hit the ground running this season, with the winger having three goals and two assists to his name in the four matches in the U18 Premier League so far.
The win over Reading sees Spurs sit fourth in the Southern division of the Premier League, just three points from first place.
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If Moore continues playing this well, I fully expect him to be fast-tracked into the Under-21 set-up before the end of the season. He could be called up to train with the senior squad as Postecoglou and his coaching staff might want to take a closer look at the teenager.
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