Loan Watch

Spurs have several players out on loan looking to gain first team experience and potentially prove a point to manager Pochettino about having a future at Spurs.

Connor Ogilvie.


Connor joined Gillingham on a seasons loan this summer and has made two appearances playing the full games.  Reports from fans are that he has played well however still settling into the club.

He has been looking to overlap going forward and has drawn four fouls during his outings; giving away none.

Josh Onomah.

The midfielder impressed two seasons ago when Pochettino first took over at Spurs and many predicted he would be a regular in the Tottenham team last year but instead he found his playing time limited due to the emergence of fellow academy graduate Harry Winks.

Josh Onomah Villa

Onomah went away with England U20’s in the summer and played a major role in the sides winning of the U20 World Cup and when he returned he requested that Pochettino allow him a season loan and a deal with Aston Villa was done.

Although one of the favourites for promotion Aston Villa have had a terrible start to the season but Aston Villa fans have circles Josh out for praise after every game he has featured with one journalist commenting; “When you realise the only Villa player pressing and shouting at his teams mates is a young lad on loan you know this is going to be a bad year…”

Spurs have a break clause in the season loan deal meaning they could bring him back in January and will be monitoring his progress and that of his team closely.

Anton Walkes

The young Spurs defender raised some eye browns when he agreed to a loan to MLS side Atlanta however the defender has worked hard and is now first choice right back at the American side.


Walkes, who has American family, has been active on social media and is well liked by the fans in Atlanta who see his growth as a player and many assume that he will be returning to Tottenham off the back of his performances however at Spurs he is a player deemed surplus and so when this loan expires its fully expected he will leave on a permanent deal.

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