Sources: Parrott passes MK Dons medical after Tottenham accept bid
Troy Parrott has finalised a move to MK Dons today after Tottenham accepted their loan offer, Football Insider can exclusively reveal.
The Republic of Ireland international has agreed the terms of a season-long loan to the League One outfit.
A Tottenham source has told Football Insider that Parrott has signed a loan contract with MK Dons after completing a medical earlier today.
It is believed the loan runs for the season but includes a January recall clause.
Parrott, 19, spent the first half of the 2020-21 campaign on loan with Milwall in the second-tier.
There he netted once in 14 appearances before being recalled by Spurs in January and embarking on a second loan with Ipswich Town.
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Parrott, whose Spurs deal runs until 2023, fared little better at Portman Road in League One where he scored twice in 18 league matches.
Parrott will be the second striker MK Dons have signed on loan in the summer window after 22-year-old Max Watters from Cardiff City.
Scott Fraser was their top scorer last term with 14 goals but he departed to Ipswich Town upon the expiry of his contract in May.
Parrott is rated highly in the Spurs academy and has made four senior appearances for the club in total.
He won his first Republic of Ireland cap in 2019 and has gone on to appear five more times and score two goals for the national team.
A revealed by Football Insider on 27th July, Swansea City approached Dons boss Russell Martin to be their new manager.
But the 35-year-old has reportedly rejected the Swans’ offer.
He will hope Parrott’s goals can help his side improve on their 13th place finish in League One last term.