Tottenham will maintain a ‘top-level’ assembly to debate their choices following the current harm to Harry Kane, the place they may contemplate giving academy striker Troy Parrott a run within the first staff.
Kane is not anticipated to return till March after struggling ankle ligament injury towards Manchester United final week, leaving Spurs with out their fundamental supply of targets whereas Son Heung-min can be away with South Korea on the Asian Cup.
Consequently, Tottenham are planning to carry a gathering the place they may talk about their choices in the course of the the rest of the January switch window.
“A top-level assembly is deliberate to have a look at all of the choices on the desk – even potential mortgage signings,” talkSPORT’s Jim White revealed. “Even younger academy prospects.
“One identify being thought-about even at that stage – and this could be a meteoric step-up – is an academy star, younger striker Troy Parrott.”
Troy Parrott goes to interrupt via in Son and Kane’s absence, and his 18 targets in 12 video games will make it exhausting for them to interrupt again into the staff once they return
— James Welham (@WelhamOfficial) January 15, 2019
Parrott solely moved to north London in 2017 the place he joined from Irish minnows Belvedere FC, however the 16-year-old is already making a reputation for himself in Tottenham’s academy.
He is scored 9 targets in six appearances with their Below-18 aspect this season, whereas he is additionally registered an help within the Premier League 2 – an Below-21 competitors – throughout Spurs’ 1-1 draw with Liverpool earlier within the marketing campaign.
Mauricio Pochettino has already confirmed that he is not going to name on Vincent Janssen to step up into the primary staff because the Dutch striker, who outscored the likes of Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli) and Sébastien Haller (Eintracht Frankfurt) throughout his final season in Holland, is not a part of the membership’s long-term plans.
It is anticipated that if Tottenham resolve towards making any signings this month that they may rotate Fernando Llorente and Lucas Moura on the spearhead of their assault.