Tottenham development plan for their future stars

Tottenham Hotspur’s development plan for their future stars is working well. While it’s hard to see the results in the immediate future, we can expect to see some changes next season. A trio of young prospects who were sent out on loan to the English Championship this season have returned to Tottenham after successfully gaining game time.

The trio were spotted at Tottenham’s training ground after completing their loan spell, according to English media outlet Football London. Tottenham’s youngsters have been given more playing time to develop and are now back at Spurs, 토토사이트 ready to become mainstays in the team.

The players in question were midfielder Alfie Divine (20), defender Ashley Phillips (19), and goalkeeper Josh Keeley (21). They have something in common. They are all ‘dreamers’ who are just entering their 20s. They’re also promising youngsters that coach Enze Postecoglou has high hopes for.

Divine and Phillips played side by side for Championship club Plymouth Argyle.

This season, they helped the club stay in the Championship and gained a lot of first-team experience. This is a clear asset not only for the players themselves, but also for Tottenham. Postecoglou expects Divine and Phillips to be competitive enough to contribute to the team. Although it was only half a season, both players earned great praise during their loan spells.

There are also high hopes for goalkeeping prospect Keeley. He was loaned to National League Barnet in January, and in 25 appearances, he has proven that he has the quality to keep the ball in the net. Keeley, who finished the season earlier than Divine and Phillips, joined the Tottenham U-21s on June 6 and was used as a reserve for the League Two playoff game against Aston Villa. He did not play in the match.

The “loan trio” are now training side-by-side with Tottenham’s first team. Tottenham right-back Pedro Foro took a photo of the players preparing on the training field and posted it on Spurs’ social media, 파워볼실시간 where they are seen here with James Maddison. It will be interesting to see if these three young prospects can be a part of the Spurs’ revitalization next season.

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