Some of Tottenham Hotspur’s loan players were on international duty, but for others it was normal in their leagues.
Since 19-year-old Malachi Fagan-Walcott’s stay at Dundee ended after suffering a hamstring injury this month, Spurs have loaned 14 players across England, Scotland and the continent.
It’s time to check out how all of Tottenham’s other loan players are doing except England Under-21 goalkeeper Brandon Austin who is currently gearing up for the upcoming MLS season with Orlando City starting next month. The young goalkeeper has played pre-season friendlies for his loan club.
here’s how Tottenham The 13 other young players loaned this week, either on an international mission or for their clubs:
Troy Parrott (Ipswich)
Troy parrott had another international appearance to his name, making him three caps for his country.
Sadly, this third appearance came in the Republic of Ireland’s shock 1-0 World Cup qualifying loss to Luxembourg.
He wasn’t in the squad for the midweek loss to Serbia, but he stepped in for the last few minutes of normal time and then added time to Saturday’s much-criticized loss.
Parrott is hoping for better days and more minutes as Ireland face Qatar in a friendly this week.
Oliver Skipp (Norwich City)
Oliver skipp, in the midst of his excellent season on loan at Norwich, played the full 90 minutes in England’s two losses in the European Under-21 Championship this week to Switzerland and Portugal.
The result leaves England in dire need of beating Croatia and hope Portugal defeat Switzerland for a chance to move up from Group D.
Ryan Sessegnon (Hoffenheim)
Back in action for Hoffenheim since his injury, Ryan sessegnon was also part of England’s bad week at the European Under-21 Championship.
The 20-year-old came off the bench for 14 minutes in the loss to Switzerland, then played 55 minutes from the start alongside Skipp and fellow Spurs teammate Japhet Tanganga in the loss to Portugal.
Juan Foyth (Villarreal)
Foyth had a fortnight without matches due to the postponement of South American qualifying and this allowed him to spend time with his wife and recently born son.
The 23-year-old has spent much of this season playing either right-back, center-back or a defensive midfielder role for Unai Emery’s side.
Foyth has become an important part of the Villarreal squad in recent weeks after a slow start to his time in Spain.
Villarreal have the option of buying Foyth at the end of his loan spell in Spain and he has now made 25 appearances for his loan club, including 13 in La Liga.
Cameron Carter-Vickers (Bournemouth)
Carter-Vickers has also rested after his 12 straight starts for Bournemouth as his loan spell continues to strengthen.
Former Spurs defender Jonathan Woodgate was named Cherries boss until the end of the season and has regularly looked to the USA international.
Jack Clarke (Stoke City)
The 20-year-old winger is hoping to have more minutes under his belt after the international break that followed the previous week where he struggled to get more than eight minutes out of two matches.
It came after a trio of starts for the Potters who sit 11th in the Championship standings, with 52 points, and with 10 points in the play-offs, which doesn’t seem like a possibility this season.
Paulo Gazzaniga (Elche)
The Spurs goalkeeper has yet to make his first appearance for Elche and the international break has taken a fortnight to sit on the bench.
Gazzaniga, 29, came to Spain in search of playing time, but so far Edgar Badia has retained his place in goal.
Harvey White (Portsmouth)
White was back in a squad of the day on Saturday but was not used in the 2-1 win at Shrewsbury in Ligue 1.
The 19-year-old midfielder had not been on the squad for Danny Cowley’s first game as Portsmouth boss the previous weekend, but was at least in his plans this time around.
Portsmouth has the new manager at the helm following the sacking of Kenny Jackett after four years at the helm.
White made his debut for Spurs this season in the Europa League before getting 90 minutes under Jose Mourinho in the FA Cup third round victory at Marine.
TJ Eyoma (Lincoln City)
Eyoma had been a regular starter at Lincoln, fourth during his successful loan spell, but had found himself out of favor in recent weeks.
However, he was back in the starting lineup on Saturday and got 90 minutes to his name at center-back in the 2-1 loss to Oxford United.
The 21-year-old, who made his Spurs debut in an FA Cup game at Tranmere during Mauricio Pochettino’s tenure, has mainly played right-back this season for Lincoln.
Jubril Okedina (Cambridge United)
Okedina made a back-to-back debut with once again 90 minutes in Cambridge’s 2-1 win over Carlisle United in League Two.
“His attitude, defensive skills and athleticism make him a good addition,” Cambridge head coach Mark Bonner said when the center-back signed in the January window.
“It will be a good experience for Jubril as this is his first senior loan and he gives us good competition and good coverage in the defensive unit.”
Shilow Tracey (Cambridge United)
Okedina’s Cambridge and Spurs teammate got 26 minutes off the bench on Saturday in the victory at Carlisle United.
The 22-year-old has already surpassed the number of league appearances he made for Shrewsbury in the first half of the campaign, after dropping one level in League two with United.
Jack Roles (Stevenage)
The roles had a few appearances for Stevenage under his belt last month, but he missed the last nine teams of the day.
He was looking for regular football again after an unsuccessful loan to Burton Albion, but the 21-year-old also struggled for minutes at Lamex Stadium.
Kazaiah Sterling (Greenock Morton)
In the Championship in Scotland, striker Kazaiah Sterling had started racking up appearances for Morton.
Sadly, after four consecutive appearances he was an unused substitute on Saturday in the Scotland side’s 1-0 loss to Raith Rovers.
Morton’s manager, Anton McElhone, spent a decade with Spurs between 2007 and 2017 as a youth fitness coach.
Sterling, who played in the Champions League and FA Cup for Tottenham, told Morton’s website when he joined: “The move came from Anton McElhone the blunder and he basically went from there. worked with him there in my younger years at Spurs I hope to bring goals and an attacking threat.
“I like to play on the shoulder and get behind the defenses, I would say that’s my specialty. This is the farthest I have been to the north. Sunderland has been a big change for me, but it’s a whole different experience.
“The Champions League was an amazing experience. It was unreal, the fans, the vibe. I can play in the middle but I can also play on either side. Hopefully Morton fans see a lot of goals and entertainment.”