Milos Veljkovic is not the only Tottenham youngster who could do well at Leeds United.
Serbia's under-20 World Cup winner Milos Veljkovic is being lined up for a potential move to Leeds United.
With competition for place in midfield and defence high, Veljkovic would have to earn his involvement, but he is far frm the only Spurs youngster who could do well at Elland Road if sent out on loan.
Here are three other Tottenham youngsters Leeds could look at signing...
American youth international Cameron Carter-Vickers has recently overtaken Veljkovic in the pecking order at Tottenham, after an excellent showing last season in the FA Youth Cup.
The centre-back is an outstanding prospect and would add depth to Leeds options at the back. Named by The Telegraph as one of the top 35 young players in England, the chance to play at a more competitive level would be key to his development, even if just backing up Sol Bamba, Giuseppe Bellusci and Liam Cooper, over the course of a season he should get chances to show what he can do.
Young winger Nathan Oduwa featured for Spurs' under-21 side against Everton earlier today, looking lively as he won the free-kick which led to Alex Pritchard's opener, before scoring himself.
Leeds are a side in need of options out wide and while Stuart Dallas from Brentford is a smart addition, a young player like Oduwa on loan could be an excellent complement.
The Scotsman recently reported that Mark Warburton's Rangers are interested in signing Oduwa on loan.
With Steve Morison and Billy Sharp sold, Leeds could do well to strengthen their options up front - with a loan the best possibility.
They still have decent options with Antenucci, Wood, Doukara and Erwin, so a young player with upside they don't have to commit to, would be a good solution all round.
Shaq Coulthirst is the Tottenham academy prospect closest to the first team, travelling to pre-season in the US as Harry Kane's back-up. Like Kane he needs a chance on loan to show what he can do, and any goals he can contribute to Leeds will go down a treat.