According to a report from Football.london, it has been mentioned that Tottenham Hotspur have welcomed two more players in the form of Tyrell Ashcroft and Josh Keeley. This comes right after completing the signing of Everton ace Richarlison which says that the Spurs have been busy even before the summer transfer window opened.
Young Addition For Tottenham Hotspur
The 17-year-old made four senior appearances in the Championship last season as he featured regularly for Reading’s U-23 squad. The youngster has impressed the Lilywhites into offering him a contract to play in the U-21 squad for Tottenham where he could further develop his skills and improve himself to become a solid defender.
The 19-year-old shot-stopper has officially completed his move after the club announced his arrival. The Irish goalkeeper has won the league titles at U15, U17 and U19 levels performing exceptionally well where he also managed to appear twice for the senior side at St. Patricks Athletic. He will now have to improve his game further as he looks to play in the Premier League 2 being offered a contract to perform under Wayne Burnett’s U-21 side for Tottenham.
Tottenham Hotspur Look To The Future Of The Club As Well As The Present
Antonio Conte has already added four new faces to the first-team squad as he goes on to revamp his starting XI to come out stronger than ever before. The arrival of Yves Bissouma, Ivan Perisic, Fraser Forster and Richarlison will all make a huge difference in the long run. The squad lacked depth and competition which soon materialised in the form of consecutive losses in the first half of the campaign. Conte’s arrival brought forth a few new faces in the winter transfer window which resulted in a change in momentum during the final weeks of the English first division. The Italian tactician has since decided to bring in more reinforcements to strengthen their problem areas.
Tottenham realise that the future beholds consequential importance and has made the right choice in signing both the youngsters to boost their under-21 squad. Foundational success brings forth a new light of development when the youngsters go forth to make their senior debuts and a top-tier club understands very well how it bears fruit in the foreseeable future.