Tottenham Hotspur will have their sights set firmly on securing a top four spot having impressed so far this season under Mauricio Pochettino.
The Lilywhites have struggled to ensure consistency in the Champions League this season, which has put them in a worrying position as they head into their final two group games.
However, with the club likely to spend a large amount of money in transfer windows to come, perhaps Mauricio Pochettino and Daniel Levy should turn their attention to a number of the club’s youngsters.
Indeed, the North London club have managed to produce a number of quality players over the years, so they shouldn’t hesitate to try and chance their luck once again.
With that in mind, these TWO Tottenham Hotspur youngsters could save Daniel Levy multi-millions…
Oliver Skipp put in a breathtaking performance against Barcelona during pre-season, which left supporters purring.
Quick, tenacious and a good passer, Skipp is renowned for his hardworking attitude and commitment, so there’s no reason as to why he can’t make the step up and enjoy regular minutes in the side.
The youngster currently only has one first team appearance to his name this season which came in the EFL Cup, but he will definitely play a huge part in the future of the club.
Having already made his debut for the senior side at the age of 17, Tashan Oakley-Boothe is considered one of Tottenham’s most promising rising stars.
Capable of playing as a number four, eight or ten in the middle of the park, Oakley-Boothe’s versatility and strength on the ball could be major boosts to his chances of progressing to the first team in the near future.
Sadly, the 18-year-old is yet to feature in the first team this season but having witnessed Juan Foyth’s rise to stardom under Pochettino in the current campaign, it may not be long until the midfielder follows in his footsteps.
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