Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has revealed the club are yet to decide on whether they will be scrapping the loan deals of Josh Onomah and Cameron Carter-Vickers in January.
The young duo departed the Premier League club in January to join Championship sides, with Onomah moving to Aston Villa and Carter-Vickers linking up with Sheffield United.
However, despite both settling in well at the second-tier sides, Pochettino confirmed that Spurs were ready to cancel the deals of the hot prospects, while suggesting that Kyle Walker-Peters, who has been on the fringes of the first team this season, could make a temporary exit in the upcoming transfer window.
The Argentine manager told football.london: “We’ve still not decided anything about Cameron, Josh or Kyle Walker-Peters.
“I think we are still waiting and we will see what happens in the next few weeks. We have until the end of January to decide.”
The versatile Walker-Peters, who can play on either side of defence, made his Tottenham debut on the opening day of the season, starting against Newcastle in a 2-0 win, but has found first team action difficult to come by since, with Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier ahead on the right and Ben Davies and Danny Rose first choices on the left.
Onomah, a 20-year-old midfielder, has been a regular for Villa this season, with 23 appearances under his belt, while 19-year-old Carter-Vickers has 16 outings under his belt for the Blades, scoring on his debut.
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