Tottenham youngster Tashan Oakley-Boothe is reportedly attracting this summer – and some of the club’s supporters on Twitter believe a loan move could be good for him.
According to the Daily Mail, Championship side Swansea City are targeting a move for th e19-year-old this summer.
It is understood that Huddersfield Town, Derby County, Stoke City, Leeds United and Reading are also minoring the midfielder.
The report fails to mention if clubs are considering a loan or permanent move for him, but he is about to enter the final year of his contract with Spurs.
Oakley-Boothe has played just one first-team game for the North London club and that was a late cameo off the bench in an EFL Cup game in 2017.
The central midfielder has been unable to force his way into contention since, but since the likes of Harry Winks and Oliver Skipp move above him in the pecking order.
A selection of Spurs supporters have suggested that Oakley-Boothe departs for the new season on loan and enjoys first-team football elsewhere.
He’s come through the academy ranks, but never had a loan spell before and his experience has come at youth level.
The midfielder needs to be tested in a senior environment to see what he’s made of and the door is firm shut on him at the moment due to the amount of quality options Spurs have in the centre of the park.
Here are some Spurs fans on Oakley-Boothe:
As long as it’s just a loan. Big big prospect
— Luke. (@lukespurs) July 11, 2019
He has to do something or he will be another Onomah
— Alex Benson-Wilson (@alexbw11) July 10, 2019
On loan please.
— MK. (@i62vz) July 10, 2019
Would love to see him play in a first team.
— TMDsport (@tmdsport) July 10, 2019
He star certainly has faded. Would love to see him get another shot
— N’HypeMort (@HypeMort) July 10, 2019
Hopefully a loan
— Yid Army (@ISupportSpurs) July 10, 2019
I thought that might happen, or rather some of our youngsters go there given he managed a few at national level. With bielsa at Leeds and also spurs fan Warburton at qpr there might be a few loan options?
— Mark_Lynch, Shrewsbury Spur (@Mark_Lynch1) July 10, 2019