Three Tottenham players who should be loaned out, including Joshua Onomah

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Tottenham Hotspur should look to loan out these three players.

Premier League clubs may not be able to sign players right now, but Football League clubs can snap up players on loan - and Tottenham Hotspur have some players who may be of interest.

Mauricio Pochettino wasn't the most active of Premier League managers, but with a strong group of promising young players, the Spurs boss may want to loan them out in order to gain valuable first-team experience, just as the likes of Harry Kane and Andros Townsend did previously.

Here are three players who could leave Tottenham Hotspur on loan before the loan deadline for Football League clubs in November...

Milos Veljkovic

The Serbian youngster, 20, was a 2011 arrival from Basel, but has made just two appearances for the Spurs first team. Loans at Middlesbrough and Charlton didn't amount to much last season, but another temporary exit with more guaranteed football could be beneficial for the utility man, who can play at centre back and defensive midfield - and even helped Serbia win the FIFA Under-20 World Cup this summer.

Joshua Onomah

One of the most highly-rated youngsters in the Spurs ranks right now, 18-year-old midfielder Joshua Onomah made his competitive debut in the FA Cup earlier this year, and is touted for big things in the future. A short-term loan spell away from White Hart Lane would give him the experience of playing on a weekly basis in a competitive division, preferably in the Championship after Alex Pritchard's impressive stint with Brentford last season. A young playmaker with good technical ability, Onomah could thrive out on loan, before returning to put pressure on fellow teenager Dele Alli in the Spurs midfield.

Emmanuel Sonupe

The 19-year-old spent time on loan at St. Mirren last season and may need another spell away from White Hart Lane in order to continue his development. A move to the Championship would be a step up from playing for St. Mirren, and Sonupe may need an opportunity to get out and play some first team football, much like Tottenham team-mate and fellow winger Nathan Oduwa has at Rangers.

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