Tottenham Hotspur have six youngsters in mind to assess for first team football ahead of next season, report SkySports.
Among them is 22-year-old Spaniard, Cristian Ceballos, seen above taking on former Spurs youngster Massimo Luongo in a pre-season game against Swindon Town.
The attacking midfielder is on Mauricio Pochettino's list of players who will be given a chance to show they are worthy of a first team place.
Alex Pritchard, currently impressing on loan at Brentford, also features. The 21-year-old has eight goals and six assists for the Bees in the Championship to date.
Middlesbrough loanee Ryan Fredericks and Grant Hall, presently at Coventry City, are also under consideration, as are young attackers Harry Winks and Nathan Oduwa, the latter of which is on loan at Luton Town.
The report states that Spurs are to 'carefully assess' any potential new signings, mindful that they could block the development of their young stars.
They are not the only ones likely to come under consideration. Ahead of the FA Youth Cup semi-finals, The Telegraph reported that as well as Winks and Oduwa, defender Cameron Carter-Vickers and midfielder Josh Onomah will also have chances to stake their first team claims during pre-season.
Also in-waiting are new signings Dele Alli and DeAndre Yedlin, with the former currently on loan at MK Dons.