Tottenham could send Cameron Carter-Vickers, Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters out on loan this summer, according to

Carter-Vickers spent last season on loan at Championship clubs Sheffield United and Ipswich Town. Mauricio Pochettino has suggested the American centre-back could have a part to play this term, but believes another loan spell is on the cards.

Perhaps that’s because Carter-Vickers still doesn’t have enough Premier League experience to slot into Spurs’ back-line.

Onomah was also in the Championship last season with Aston Villa. His lack of Premier League minutes could also be the basis of another loan, although it’s unlikely a top-flight club will move for the midfielder.

Kyle Walker-Peters is a slightly different story. The right-back impressed on the the opening day and the final day of the 2017/18 campaign, so much so that some Tottenham fans believe he deserves a place in the first-team squad ahead of Serge Aurier.

I wouldn’t go that far, but I do think a Premier League loan this season would be ideal. Whether he manages to secure one remains to be seen.