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MetiNews.Com - The latest Tottenham transfer news and rumours on the likes of Cameron Carter-Vickers, Jack Clarke and Joe Rodon
Breaking News ! Here are the latest Tottenham Hotspur transfer rumours for Saturday, October 17. Carter-Vickers deal extended before loan switch Tottenham extended the contract of defender Cameron Carter-Vickers before allowing him to join Bournemouth on loan. The American international was in the final 12 months of his deal at Spurs, but the club opted to trigger an extension clause ahead of his loan move to Bournemouth. Carter-Vickers has struggled to establish himself in the first-team squad at Spurs and that has seen him take in loan moves with Sheffield United, Ipswich Town, Luton Town, Stoke City, Swansea City, and now Bournemouth. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in8Cancel Play now football.london understands Tottenham were keen to avoid losing the defender on a free transfer next summer and as such have taken up the option to extend his deal by a further year. His deal now expires in 2022. Tottenham blocked Clarke exit Tottenham decided to block a loan departure for Jack Clarke on deadline day, according to reports. The Leeds United academy graduate has failed to make an impact at Tottenham since completing a £10 million move in July 2019, although he spent the first half of last season back at Elland Road and the second on loan at Queens Park Rangers. Read More Related Articles Inter Milan legend makes stunning claim about former Tottenham star Christian Eriksen Read More Related Articles Glenn Hoddle tips Gareth Bale for unexpected role after Tottenham return According to Football Insider, the winger was subject to interest from numerous Championship clubs keen to take him on loan before the domestic transfer window closed on Friday. Birmingham City were said to be the frontrunners for his signature, but Spurs ultimately refused as they had concerns over his playing time. Spurs should have been patient with Rodon Tottenham should have allowed Joe Rodon to remain on loan at Swansea this season, according to Kevin Phillips. Spurs agreed a deal for the defender Rodon late in the domestic transfer window and he will become the club’s fourth centre-back. According to Phillips, however, Tottenham should have allowed Rodon to remain in Wales and maintain his momentum. Asked whether he expected Rodon to be loaned back to Swansea immediately, Phillips said: “Yes, definitely. “For me, I think Tottenham have made some good signings.
. “Can he go and make an impact straight away? It’s a big ask. Common sense would probably suggest bringing the player in and loan him straight back to give him more experience.
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“At the start of next season or maybe in January when he’s played a few more games then maybe bring him back and have a look at him. “I think the obvious one is secure the player first and then send him back out on loan and let him develop as a player. “All of sudden you have a brilliant player on your hands who doubles in money or trebles in money and also performs for your team for the next four, five, six, seven years.”
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