On Wednesday, Tottenham Hotspur confirmed that we had tied up the futures of talented trio Luke Amos, Timothy Eyoma and Oliver Skipp.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 29, 2018
All three youngsters have signed new deals keeping them with the club until the summer of 2021.
21-year-old Amos has already taken in loan spells with Southend United and Stevenage and made his senior club debut against Newcastle United. The midfielder started all three of the International Champions Cup games during pre-season.
Eyoma was part of the England Under 17 side that won the World Cup back in 2017 and the 17-year-old is already a regular at Under 23 level. He also featured on the tour of the US over the summer.
Finally, 17-year-old Oliver made a massive impact in his first year as a full-time scholar progressing from the Under 18 group into the Under 23 setup where he is now a regular. He also appeared in all three ICC games.
— Pele_Alli???????? (@TheMacBoy_) August 29, 2018
Absolutely fantastic news, great to see both Skipp and Amos’ long-term futures tied down with the football club.
Both players looked so exciting during the pre-season, hopefully they get the opportunity in either the cups or league to also be involved this season with the club.
— Ricky Sacks ???? (@RickSpur) August 29, 2018
Lovely stuff, now Toby next
— Tøm (@WaIkerPeters) August 29, 2018
skipp, our future skipper
— irus (@cashmisery) August 29, 2018
— SpursNews (@SpursNews1961) August 29, 2018
Skipp going to be some player I reckon. Dembele replacement next year?
— Jake (@lilywhite_army) August 29, 2018
Better than Xavi, Iniesta, Ronaldinho era.
— – (@TomThorp6) August 29, 2018
Big fan of skipp, hope he reaches his potential !
— LJK (@coach_ljk) August 29, 2018
Clearly, those who take more of an eye in on our youngsters are delighted with the news, and with a decent record of developing our own and seeing them feature in an around the first team, these three appear to have all the potential in the world to make that adjustment themselves in the coming years.