By Wayne Veysey

7th Apr, 2016 | 3:02am

Manager reveals where Tottenham defender will be playing next season

By Alex Stevens

Dominic Ball will be back at Tottenham in the summer and is unlikely to return to Rangers for a second spell next season, according to Mark Warburton.

The highly-rated Spurs defender, 20, has spent the entire campaign on loan at Ibrox to gain crucial first-team experience.

He has played a significant part in Rangers’ Scottish championship title triumph, which was sealed on Tuesday night when they beat Dumbarton 1-0 to book their place back into the Premiership.

But manager Warburton strongly suggested that Ball and fellow on-loan Premier League player Gedion Zelalem, whose parent club is Arsenal, will not be members of Rangers squad next season as they attempt to establish themselves in the top flight with the north London giants.

Asked by Sky Sports News HQ on Wednesday morning about the pair, Warburton said: “Two talented young players.

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“They will go back to their clubs. They are Tottenham and Arsenal players respectively. Obviously we chat to the clubs about the situation with players but they are loan players that have done a fantastic job for us.

“I hope they enjoyed the experience and they’ll go back to their clubs, I hope, better people and better players.”

Central defender Ball has made 25 appearances for Rangers this season, 13 of which have been league starts.

In other Tottenham news, it has been reported that Bayern Munich have a “crush” on a 22-year-old Spurs ace.