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Unlike previous reigns elsewhere, it looks like the youngsters can really get a shot at José Mourinho at Tottenham Hotspur.
At the Europa League last month, the ‘Special One’ gave 16-year-old forward Dane Scarlett some playing time off the bench and as a result, he became the youngest Spurs player to participate in a competitive match.
So who else could be in line for first-team stardom someday?
Given the doubtful future by Serge Aurier in North London; we have previously stated that it is still worth selling despite a rally in form, as you can read here; however, it could be in line for a new contract.
Perhaps it is better to know that the club is well equipped for the section that comes out, as Jubril Okedina continues to impress the under-23s.
Which position do the Spurs need the most this January?
On the right
Earlier this week, the 20-year-old defender opened the scoring against Chelsea’s academy in an exciting affair in which Wayne Burnett’s team ultimately lost 3-2.
The club’s official website describes the sense of versatility as a “strong technical midfielder” capable of producing strong displays on the right flank.
While the fan site Super hotspur Statement: “Okedina’s best defensive attributes include being good in the air, possessing good pace, staying disciplined on defense and also firm, with him generally challenging in a timely manner and rarely making rash decisions.”
This sounds a lot like Kyle Walker, who, as we’ve seen at Manchester City, has the ability to play center-back in a three-man defense, but as this is not usually the formation Mourinho resorts to, his future may well lie. in law.
In a game against Leicester’s under-23 team, Okedina made it onto the roster and showed that winger ability by overcoming Maurizio Pochettino to wreak havoc on the Foxes’ young defense.
It should also be an instant hit with fans, as he once confessed to his Instagram page that Harry Kane was the “best forward in the world”.
As a player who has captained the U23s within a year of being promoted to the team, he should have a shot at the senior configuration.
And in other news, imagine him and Hojbjerg? Levy must get £ 25 million of live cable that POCH once wanted …