Tottenham will make a decision on Marcus Edward’s future at the club this summer, according to the London Evening Standard.
Edwards spent the second half of last season on loan at Championship side Norwich City, but the teenager failed to make a single senior appearance for the Canaries.
Question marks have been raised over Edward’s attitude by both Mauricio Pochettino and Norwich manager Daniel Farke after the winger turned up late to training on multiple occasions for the Canaries.
Pochettino once compared Edwards to Lionel Messi, and many Spurs fans still hope he will break into the first-team in the future.
However, the Standard believes Tottenham will make a decision on the 19-year-old’s future this summer, suggesting he could be sold.
Apparently Edwards is hoping for a fresh start at Spurs ahead of the new season – whether that will be enough for Pochettino to give him a chance in the first-team remains to be seen.
In more positive news, the Standard also reports promising youngster Reo Griffiths is set to stay at Tottenham.
The 18-year-old striker had been linked with a move to the Bundesliga, where a number of young English players are currently thriving.