According to De Gelderlander, Tottenham Hotspur left back Jaden Brown is on trial with NEC Nijmegen ahead of a possible move.
Spurs have seen a number of young players head abroad this summer. Keanan Bennetts made a shock move to the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach, before Christian Maghoma and Nonso Madueke joined Arka Gdynia and PSV Eindhoven respectively.
More young talents up and down the country are trying their luck abroad, and Tottenham may be about to lose another of their academy products to a foreign club.
De Gelderlander report that Tottenham left back Jaden Brown is in the Netherlands to undergo a trial with NEC Nijmegen as he chases a potential deal with the club.
Brown, 19, has come up through the ranks with Tottenham and has represented England at Under-16, Under-17 and Under-18 levels in the early stages of his career.
Brown has featured in the UEFA Youth League for Tottenham, but with Spurs allowing him to head out on trial with Dutch second tier side NEC, his days in North London may be numbered.
The teenager now has the opportunity to impress having found it difficult to push for the Tottenham first team, and could now join Bennetts, Maghoma and Madueke in leaving Spurs for a foreign club this summer.
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