Tottenham Hotspur have a wealth of young English talent in their academy, and Mauricio Pochettino is the perfect manager to bring them through.
This season alone he has handed debuts to Oliver Skipp, Luke Amos, Kazaiah Sterling, and George Marsh, as well as integrating others into the first team set-up.
Others such as Cameron Carter-Vickers, Marcus Edwards, and Josh Onomah have been out on loan to gather more experience of regular first-team football.
However, one Spurs academy graduate who has been around for a little while now is Kyle Walker-Peters, yet the right-back has not been sent out on loan, and is used extremely sparingly throughout the season.
I believe that Tottenham should loan the full-back out to another Premier League side for a full season to gain experience.
Spurs should pick a team in which Walker-Peters will be a regular started, and see what he is capable of week in week out.
Of course, this can only be done if Pochettino signs a new right-back this summer, otherwise Spurs will be left short. Although Juan Foyth is proving to be a useful alternative in that position.
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