Tottenham do have a great conveyor belt of quality youngsters coming up through the ranks. Striker Harry Kane is the prime example of the quality of players that have progressed through the youth system, in recent years.
It seems Mauricio Pochettino has a huge say in which youngster stays at the club and who goes out on loan and it is being reported that the Argentine manager decided to keep a trio of players at the club rather than send them out on loan.
The Evening Standard claims that Spurs didn’t listen to any offers for Josh Onomah, Cameron Carter-Vickers and Kyle Walker-Peters.
Onomah has made a few appearances for the first team this season and has even chalked up 12 appearances for the team. He even was brought on in the second half in the 4-0 win over Watford and many great things are expected from the attacking midfielder.
Carter-Vickers is another bright spot in the Tottenham side and the centre-back is seen as back-up for the rest of the centre-halves in the side. Though the likes of Jan Vertonghen, Eric Dier and Toby Alderweireld are doing great, Carter-Vickers can learn a lot from the trio of players.
The interestingly named Walker-Peters is, surprisingly, another full-back and is expected to give a lot of competition to the likes of Kieran Trippier and Kyle Walker. Though the youngster is yet to make a senior appearance for the side, the future does seem to be bright for Tottenham and these players.
Harry Winks is another player who has been promoted a lot this season and the youngster did play some crucial games recently. The trust and belief in the side is growing every day under their manager and the use of youngsters is further evidence that something special is being created at Tottenham.