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Tottenham Hotspur talent Rafferty Pedder could be on the move in the near future after joining Queens Park Rangers on trial.

That’s according to West London Sport, who claim that Pedder is training with QPR ahead of a possible move.

QPR’s Under-23’s took on Blackburn Rovers earlier today and Pedder featured for the R’s.

QPR won the game 1-0 thanks to a goal from striker Charlie Kelman, but much of the attention from this game will now be on Pedder.

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Who is QPR trialist Rafferty Pedder?

Pedder was born in Maidstone and has been coming through the Tottenham ranks for some time now.

Tottenham’s official website describes Pedder was a ‘right-footed central midfielder’ and, away from football, loves surfing.

Pedder is only 19 and has yet to play for Tottenham’s first team.

He has though played 13 times for Tottenham’s Under-23, picking up two assists.

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Tottenham actually gave Pedder a professional contract in July, giving him a one-year deal with the club.

Yet less than four months on, Pedder could be leaving Tottenham for a move to QPR.

QPR have often looked at Tottenham talents. Aramide Oteh and Charlie Owens both joined QPR after starting at Tottenham, and Jonathan Dinzeyi joined QPR on trial from Tottenham last year.

Pedder will now hope to win a contract with QPR, given that Tottenham seemingly have no plans for him.

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