Spurs player set to be handed N17 lifeline amid links away - report
Spurs midfielder Harry Winks is likely to stay put at the club, according to The Sun.
The Tottenham academy graduate has been linked with a move away from N17 this summer.
Last week, The Athletic reported that Spurs offered Winks to Leeds on loan, but the Whites turned him down.
Earlier this summer, football.london claimed that Tottenham were open to “realistic” offers for the 25-year-old.
But now, The Sun claims that Winks has impressed new manager Nuno Espirito Santo since he took the Spurs reins.
Previously, the midfielder feared having to move on to get first-team football after falling out of contention under Jose Mourinho.
The outlet went on to say that Winks has always wanted to stay as long as he was in contention.
And unless there is any dramatic late change of heart from the club, he will remain, added the report.
Winks has made three appearances for Tottenham this season.
He played the full 90 minutes in both Europa Conference League games against Pacos de Ferreira and came on as a substitute against Wolves.
Winks has made 176 competitive appearances for Spurs, registering four goals and four assists.
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