It has been a topsy turvy old career for former Tottenham youngster, John Bostock, after becoming Spurs’ youngster ever player when he appeared at age 16 and 295 days (Telegraph).
However, the midfielder would only ever play four games for the Lilywhites, before seeing himself loaned out to Brentford, Hull City, Sheffield Wednesday, Swindon Town, and Toronto FC (Wikipedia).
Spurs eventually sold the player to Royal Antwerp, before he moved onto OH Leuven, Lens, Bursaspor, and finally, Toulouse (Wikipedia).
Bostock made 13 appearances for the French Ligue 1 side last season and was tipped for a move back to the UK, but Aberdeen have reportedly now pulled the plug on such a deal (Scottish Sun).
The once-promising Spurs academy starlet is now 27-years-old, but his career somewhat stalled since leaving North London.
The likes of Oliver Skipp, Luke Amos, George Marsh and co will be hoping to avoid such mistakes as they push to impress Mauricio Pochettino further next season.
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