Tottenham loan watch: How did our loanees do so far?
Tottenham Hotspur have four first-team players out on loan at the moment. We take a look at how they have performed at their respective clubs.
Danny Rose (Newcastle United)
It has not been a great start for the 29-year-old.
On loan at Newcastle until the end of the season, Rose came off the bench to make his Magpies debut against Norwich in a game that ended 0-0. It only got worse for the defender as he gave a forgettable performance in the 4-0 loss to Arsenal before once again failing to make an impact in the 1-0 loss to Crystal Palace last weekend.
Three games in and just a draw to show for his efforts. It has not been a kind move for Rose.
Kyle Walker-Peters (Southampton)
Another full-back who is out on loan in search of regular football, the young right-back made his debut for Southampton in the 2-1 loss to Burnley at home. He played 73 minutes before being withdrawn as Southampton searched for an equalizer.
The 22-year-old is currently suffering from a calf injury and did not make the squad for last weekend’s win against Aston Villa.
Jack Clarke (QPR)
The young winger, who was signed in the summer, spent the first half of the season on loan at Leeds United. It was a frustrating experience for the 19-year-old as he played just 134 minutes of football.
He returned to Spurs in January before joining up with QPR for his second loan of the season. Clarke made his debut against Leeds United when he came on as a substitute in a 1-0 victory.
He has since made three more appearances, all of the bench. It remains to be seen how many opportunities he gets this season.
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Cameron Carter-Vickers( Luton Town)
Carter-Vickers enjoyed a frustrating spell at Stoke City during the first part of the season. He made his Luton Town debut as a substitute in the 2-0 defeat to West Bromwich Albion.
The United States international has since played 90 minutes in four of the next five matches – including the 2-1 victory over fifth-placed Brentford City.