David Norris believes it would be great business should Portsmouth re-sign Harvey White for next season.
The 19-year-old midfielder spent the second half of last season on loan from Tottenham and featured heavily under both Kenny Jackett and then Danny Cowley.
Whilst starts were few and far between, White made 21 League One appearances and scored his first professional goal in the victory at Oxford in February.
And with just two senior appearances under his belt at Spurs, the teenager is a certainty to be loaned out once again.
White recently said that he loved his time at Fratton Park, meaning a return could be on the cards, and it’s a deal that former midfielder Norris would like to see happen.
Should Portsmouth re-sign Harvey White on loan from Tottenham?
“If they could get him that would be a good signing,” he told The Transfer Tavern. “The couple of speak I spoke to said he looks hungry and wants to improve.
“And that is right up the Cowleys’ street, so I think that would be a very good signing, especially based on what he’s done so far.”
With Tottenham having an abundance of quality midfielders at the club, White is going to need further experience before he’s able to challenge for a regular first-team place.
And having made great strides at Pompey already, there’s perhaps no better place for him to continue his development.
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