Tottenham’s Nathan Oduwa was on loan at Rangers in the first half of this season.
A proposed loan move for Nathan Oduwa to join Coventry fell through at the end of January, Sky Sports report.
The 19-year-old attacking player spent the first half of the season on loan with Scottish Championship side Rangers, hoping to develop under Mark Warburton.
Despite some flashes of his talent on occasion, the winger failed to ever perform on a consistent basis, and it was not a surprise to see his loan deal ended in January when the Gers wanted to sign Michael O’Halloran on a permanent deal.
He is a more established performed, whilst Oduwa could not be trusted to perform on a weekly basis as Rangers are looking to win promotion to the Premiership this season.
Oduwa did nothing with Rangers to prove he was good enough for the Spurs first-team yet, and so a new loan deal is expected before the end of the season.
The report claims that he was, in fact, already lined up to join Coventry on loan before the end of the January window.
However, Spurs do not want to loan him out whilst he has yet to sign a new contract, and the move fell through as no agreement could be made.
Both Spurs and Oduwa himself want to reach an agreement on a new deal, and they are hoping a contract can be signed before too long.
With the Football League emergency loan window opening now, should Oduwa agree a new contract, a loan deal is still a possibility over the coming weeks.