January 10, 2024

Soccer.According to London’s Alasdair Gold, Jamie Donley’s loan offers from Tottenham Hotspur are anticipated to be rejected during this month’s transfer window.


Donley has undoubtedly been the best of the lot thus far for Tottenham’s Under-21 team, despite the fact that several of their young players have excelled for the team.


The adaptable forward, who can play in the Premier League 2 and the EFL Trophy (Transfermarkt) as a number nine, a second striker, or an offensive midfielder, has achieved six goals and twelve assists in twelve games.


This season, the 19-year-old has been rewarded with three senior outings; his most recent came on Friday during Tottenham’s FA Cup third-round victory against Burnley.


Not intending to lend out Donley Jamie

Donley is reportedly drawing a lot of interest from the Championship, with a few teams in the lower division reportedly eager to sign the attacker this month on a temporary contract, according to Gold.


He clarifies, though, that Tottenham is content for the 19-year-old to remain at Hotspur Way because they want him to stay in Ange Postecoglou’s team and continue playing for the Under-21s.


The journalist continues, “Donley is set to remain at Spurs, while the likes of Jude Soonsup-Bell, Will Lankshear, and Yago Santiago are expected to follow goalkeeper Josh Keeley—who joined Barnet—out on loan.”


Spurs  Views


Donley’s desire to stay with Tottenham indicates that Postecoglou believes the young player is potentially ready to contribute to the senior team in the event that there are a few more injuries.


Maybe the Australian coach is just trying to be safe, especially because Son will be out of action for a month. Still, it can’t help but believe that Donely would benefit greatly from regular competitive minutes in the Championship.


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