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3 Tottenham Youngsters Who Could Take The Premier League By A Storm Next Season

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Ryan Mason, Dele Alli, Kyle Walker, Tom Carroll and a host of others. Tottenham are blessed with some extraordinary talent in their team and with Mauricio Pochettino in the team taking care of the details, you can be sure that more youngsters will be graduating from an amazing Tottenham youth setup.

No one really can believe just how good some of these players are and with Harry Kane going from strength to strength, there are quite a few players who could take the step and make it into the first team next season.

Harry Kane ending as the top scorer this season just proves that it is not a flash in the pan, his form and Tottenham’s belief in the youth team. We provide three other players who could well be shining stars at White Hart Lane in the coming months.

Harry Winks

Another Harry in the ranks, but Winks plays in midfield and is not a striker. With a plethora of talent in the squad it would be good news for anyone to sign a contract for a number of years and the 20-year-old did that a few months ago which now keeps him at the Lane till 2019.

Winks has played a couple of times this season in the Europa League but is yet to make a Premier League appearance for the senior side. He does train with the first team squad on a regular basis and well could make an appearance come the end of the season.

Dominic Ball

For all the players we have spoken about, not many are actually defensive in nature. Everyone has spoken about the quality that Tottenham have with Josh Onomah or Dele Alli, they also have someone who is strong in defence and that is Dominic Ball.

The 20-year-old is currently playing for Rangers, who he did help win promotion to the Scottish Premiership and the youngster has made 18 league appearances for the side this season. Ball plays mostly as a central defender but he can play as defensive midfielder, reminds us of Eric Dier to be honest, at least the positional play.

Grant Antony Ward

This youngster has travelled far and wide to get first team action. The 21-year-old has spent time in the MLS and is now a regular at Rotherham, though he is on loan. Ward is another central midfielder for Tottenham and has been one of the best players for the Rotherham side this year.

He has scored a couple of goals in the league this season and seems set to return after this current loan spell and is someone to keep an eye on for next year.

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