Tottenham have provided an update on the futures of two players in the club’s development squad.
Spurs have confirmed that goalkeeper Kacper Kurylowicz has joined Isthmian League club Potters Bar Town on loan until the end of the season.
The Poland youth international will link up with the Hertfordshire outfit for the final few months of the campaign, but will still be able to train with Spurs and turn out for the Under-23 side.
Meanwhile, the club has also announced that midfielder Michael Craig will be released from the rest of his contract.
Craig, whose identical twin brother Matthew plays for the development squad, joined Spurs at Under-13 level after a stint with rivals Arsenal and progressed through the academy.
The 18-year-old was named on the bench for the Europa Conference League qualifier against Pacos de Ferreira earlier this season, having impressed then manager Nuno Espirito Santo. He departs Spurs having made two appearances for the senior side.
Spurs Web Opinion
Goalkeeper Kurylowicz securing a short-term loan could suggest that the club has big plans coming up for him in the near future, so hopefully, he gets some games and good experience there.
The release of Craig is an interesting one though considering he was close to the first-team at points, so there may be something we don’t know about that one.