Tottenham fans have got some exciting young talents in their ranks. The likes of Harry Winks, Kyle Walker-Peters, Dele Alli and Oliver Skipp are already established in the senior side, but one man aiming to emulate them is young Jack Roles.
Jack Roles has joined @CambridgeUtdFC on loan until January.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 20, 2019
The midfield man has been plying his trade at Spurs in the youth sides, but the club have now taken the step to loan him out, and Cambridge United are the beneficiaries of the midfielder leaving on-loan, as they’ve snapped him up on a short deal until January.
It’s certainly an exciting time for Roles. The youngster was included in Tottenham’s pre-season and got some minutes under his belt during the time away with the squad, with his most memorable moment coming as he stepped up and scored a penalty in a shoot-out win over Bayern Munich in the Audi Cup final.
You can read the Lilywhites’ thoughts on Roles’ loan here:
RIP our U23 team
— Jan (@SonxDele) August 20, 2019
I like the look of Roles. I think he’s true quality will come out with physical maturity. Natural eye for goal from midfield.
— Ralph Farrugia (@ralphfarrugia) August 20, 2019
Hope he plays a big role for them this season
— Steve (@steview6203) August 20, 2019
Good move for him, good luck!
— just4laughs (@just4laughs20) August 20, 2019
See you back in January ready to storm the 1st team Jack #COYS
— Spiggy (@SpiggyTope) August 20, 2019
Great to see a lot of our youth boys will be getting senior appearances but Roles is far too good for League 2. Hopefully he smashes it there
— Max (@MaxTHFC_) August 20, 2019
Very good news. Hopefully he comes back with a good bit of experience
— sonaldo (@SonTwoThree) August 20, 2019
The Lilywhites quite clearly rate Roles, as you can see, and will be keen to see what he can do for Cambridge in League Two.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
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