Taking a look at three Tottenham Hotspur players who could leave the club on loan before the week is through.
While the summer transfer window is long behind us and January is a while away, Premier League clubs could still temporarily wave goodbye to some of their players during what remains of the emergency loan window.
Closing on Thursday, it allows Football League clubs to bring in players from elsewhere, including the top flight, and here we take a look at three Tottenham players who could be gone before the week is through.
Of all the players on the list, 20-year-old defender-cum-midfielder Milos Veljkovic is surely the most likely to head out on loan.
After unsuccessful spells at Charlton Athletic and Middlesbrough the young Serbian will want to get some much-needed first-team football under his belt, and with his contract expiring at the end of the season he will want to do all he can to attract new suitors if he does leave White Hart Lane in the summer.
Anton Walkes is an 18-year-old full-back who can also play as a holding midfielder or in a more attacking role if required and there are sure to be plenty of lower league clubs interested in him such has been his progress for Tottenham’s under-21s.
In just 11 appearances at that level Walkes has scored three goals and provided one assist and his versatility means he could solve a whole host of problems at a club seeking a short-term utility player.
One of Tottenham’s most exciting young players, midfielder Harry Winks may only be 19 but he is surely close to making an impact out on loan.
He has shown glimpses of his undeniable talent during his two cameo appearances for Spurs’ first-team but the time could be right to send him elsewhere and see what he can do in the months ahead.