Jamie Bowden is set to become the latest Tottenham rising star to temporarily leave the club after multiple loan offers, Football Insider can reveal.
Spurs have already loaned wonderkid striker Troy Parrott, 17, to Swansea City for next season and defender TJ Eyoma, 20, has signed for League One outfit Lincoln City for 2020-21 after penning a new deal with his parent club.
Now, a Spurs source has told Football Insider that Bowden, 19, is also in line to join a new team next season.
“Loads” of Championship and League One clubs have registered their interest in the defensive midfielder, including some bids on the table.
Football Insider broke the news last autumn that Bowden was in advanced talks to sign a new deal, that was subsequently announced 24 hours.
He penned a three-and-a-half year deal running until the summer of 2023 and is highly rated by Spurs.
Born in Middlesex and of Irish citizenship, the defensive midfielder was brought up in Tottenham and joined the club’s academy at the age of six.
He has yet to make his senior Spurs bow but has represented England at age-group level but is also eligible to play for the Republic of Ireland.
— Jamie Bowden (@jamiebowden17) November 29, 2019
Bowden travelled with the senior squad for their epic Champions League quarter-final win over Manchester City in April of last year and was pictured in the team celebrations afterwards.
He also joined the first team for their pre-season tour of Asia last summer as ex-boss Mauricio Pochettino recognised his immense potential.
In other news, a second player is quitting Tottenham as he undergoes a medical.