As fans, we often forget that our club has a host of players out on loan at other clubs. However, they are always worth keeping on eye on as they could well become the next Lilywhite superstar – after all, Harry Kane spent time away on loan before hitting the big time.
So, with this in mind, who are the Spurs players currently plying their trade elsewhere and how are they doing?
England Under-20 international Jack Clarke was signed from Leeds in the summer after impressing in Leeds’s run to the playoffs.
Part of the deal was that winger was sent on loan to Elland Road this season but just one appearance led him to being recalled and sent out to QPR in the hope of more game time.
Certainly, one for the future.
The 22-year-old midfielder has been on the Tottenham periphery for a while now and next season may come into the fold as he is currently enjoying his best season to date on loan at QPR with two goals in 24 appearances for the hoops.
The 21-year-old forward started the season on loan at Doncaster but a lack of opportunities and injury saw him return to the Lilywhites and has just moved to Leyton Orient on loan.
It’s easy to forget Carter-Vickers is only 22 as it feels like he has been around for a long time. At the start of this season, the defender was at Stoke City but poor form from both Stoke and Vickers led to the spell being cut short.
Now, Carter-Vickers is at Luton hoping to help the Hatters avoid the drop.
There’s a theme here, Anthony Georgiou came back to Tottenham in January following the end of his six-month loan spell at Ipswich. Ten league appearances for the Tractor Boys has led to the midfielder joining Bolton in a bid for more game time.
The 21-year-old midfielder is currently on loan at Leyton Orient where he has been impressing. Wearing number 21, he has also played 21 league games for the O’s and has had his loan extended.
Remarkably, the 20-year-old midfielder is already a fully-fledged international having earned a cap for Cyprus. He is also having an impressive season at Cambridge United with five goals in twenty league appearances.