The 19-year-old midfielder will remain at Carrow Road for the rest of the season.
The England Under-20 international is a very talented and promising young footballer, but recent comments from Norwich boss Farke have not been flattering.
Farke claimed that Edwards needs to be better with the ball, and suggested that he needs his loan deal at Norwich to work more than the club do.
The London Evening Standard has quoted the Norwich boss as saying about Edwards: “There is no pressure on this signing. If it works, we can have some fun with him. If not, it is more a problem for Marcus.
“There is no doubt with the ball he is one of our best players. But without it, he has to grow up a bit.
“That was the reason he didn’t play for Tottenham. They have a good squad but he is still one of the best there with the ball. He has to be more grown up in his attitude.”
Edwards is still very young, and given that he is only 19 years of age, one can expect him to grow and develop in the coming years.
Not many players are finished articles at 19, and Tottenham fans should be optimistic about the future of the teenager.
Some Spurs fans, though, are worried about Edwards, with a few comparing him to Ravel Morrison.
The 24-year-old midfielder started his career at Manchester United and was expected to be a big player, but the former England Under-21 is now at Atlas on loan from Lazio, having also failed to make an impact West Ham United.
Be a shame if that happens— Toby Tyler (@ttthfc) January 27, 2018
Quite amazing to get that comment after only being there just over a week and not being able to play - you wonder what on earth he's done!— Mark_Lynch (@Mark_Lynch1) January 26, 2018
Standard? Lamela is the biggest workhorse I have ever seen at THFC. This man puts in 140% every time he’s on the pitch.— SerbYid (@SerbYid) January 26, 2018
Lamela is the pinnacle of workrate off the ball.
That’s pretty clear! Hope he takes the advice.— Ron Stack (@ronstack) January 26, 2018
Looks like the right place for him— Matt Collins (@collo1989) January 26, 2018
Very similar to what Poch said. There seems to be an issue with him that won't be easy to fix.— Stuart Peel (@JedLomax) January 26, 2018
Can’t see it happening for him at Spurs Stuart just my own opinion.— Ricky Sacks (@RickSpur) January 26, 2018
I’ve got a feeling he’s going to be another Ravel Morrison but I hope I’m wrong. All the talent in the world, & (even more frustratingly) exactly the sort of player we need at the moment.— Southpaw Boxing News (@SouthpawBoxNews) January 26, 2018
Hopefully not another talented player going to waste— Nathan Alison (@nathan_alison) January 26, 2018
Sounds like something serious if new manager has come out with this after just a week. Hope he can sort it out.— Ben Jones (@benjones85) January 26, 2018
John bostock again— Keston Racing Club (@kestonracing) January 26, 2018