The young loan players from Tottenham Hotspur continue their development away from the next one from Nuno Espirito Santo.
Last season, the north London side loaned around 16 players at one point, with some notable successes such as Oliver Skipp and Ryan Sessegnon.
With TJ Eyoma, Jubril Okedina and Dennis Cirkin having left the club for good this summer, some of the potential loan players for this season have left.
At this point, Spurs currently have four players on loan in the Football League, but many other academy stars are expected to follow in their footsteps before the transfer window closes in a week’s time.
Let’s see how the quartet is doing so far in their loan clubs:
Troy Parrott (MK Dons)
Parrott has already scored two goals in his first games for MK Dons and although he didn’t score on the weekend in his fourth game, he has been praised for his efforts.
The Republic of Ireland international has already had more of an impact than it did at Millwall and Ipswich Town last season.
This weekend, the 19-year-old impressed with his efforts for 70 minutes on the pitch as MK Dons drew 2-2 against his former side Ipswich.
The MK Citizen gave the young Irishman a seven in their player ratings and said of his performance: “I haven’t had much joy during his time as an Ipswich player, and I haven’t had much no longer with joy on his return to Portman Road. He still looked eager to pick up people, but crashed in the end. “
Kion Etete (Northampton Town)
Etete had had a dreamy debut for his new club this month with a brilliant brace in their Carabao Cup victory over championship team Coventry City.
Saturday at home against Rochdale, Etete still has 63 minutes under his belt in the 3-1 loss to Rochdale.
Northampton boss Jon Brady complained about the regularity of the refereeing after the match with the feeling among the home crowd that Etete was being roughed up, constantly penalized for minor infractions while securing few rulings in his favor .
The Northampton Chronicle gave Etete a score of five in his player ratings with criticism: “A very frustrating afternoon as Dale kept him in check. Received nothing from officials and then to rub the salt in injuries, he was penalized for the most minor infractions. Hooked within the hour. “
Jamie Bowden (Oldham Athletic)
Bowden is on loan for the very first time after moving to Oldham earlier this month.
After making a few appearances under his belt, he found himself having to isolate himself.
As reported by Oldham times, the young person’s absence is in fact due to isolation according to Covid protocols.
The post says the player was due to report to Boundary Park on Monday, meaning he missed his game as Oldham lost 2-1 to Colchester United at home.
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Alfie Whiteman (Degerfors IF)
Whiteman also has the opportunity to have regular football under his belt this season after joining Swedish team Degerfors IF on a one-season loan deal.
The goalkeeper has yet to make an appearance for his new team.
When he signed for his new club on August 12, Degerfors announced that “as the UK is no longer an EU country, a work permit is required before Alfie Whiteman is ready to play for the DIF. The process is underway “.