Tottenham Hotspur youngster Luke Amos is set to join QPR on a season-long loan, according to a report.

Amos was heavily involved in the first-team’s pre-season campaign last summer and was rewarded with a new contract.

However, the 22-year-old midfielder suffered a serious knee injury in October and was subsequently ruled out for the remainder of the season.

As a result, Amos may find it difficult to break back into the Spurs team in the upcoming pre-season matches.

And according to Lilywhite Rose, Tottenham have decided to send Amos to QPR on loan in order to give him some experience in the Championship.

Lilywhite Rose are a social media account rather than an established outlet, but they are followed by the likes of reliable Spurs journalist Dan Kilpatrick, which suggests they are credible.

Amos’ first-team opportunities at Tottenham will be reduced even further if the club completes a record deal for Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele as expected.

At 22, Amos may not have many more opportunities to make it at Spurs but getting game time at QPR will certainly help his chances.



  1. I don’t believe this for one second. It is just trying to spark fake news, surely. We need a winger and a ST, not a CM. We have plenty of CM’s, even if Luongo leaves. We have Scowen, Manning, Goss, Owens, and we are rumoured to sign Holt. This would be a stupid signing if it happens.

  2. Imagine last season if mass and freeman weren’t on the team sheet when you turned up at LR last season, replaced by Goss and Owens. You’d get your coat ,be on an earlier train home , checking your phone to see who would leap frog you in the table today.
    Holt played in league one last year after a year with little or no game time and more importantly has not signed.
    Fredinand promised pedigree Prem loan youngsters and Warbs hinted at it. Lose Freeman and Mass without bringing in some quality and QPR will be bottom 3! FACT
    (….and Spurs any chance of 3 good strikers too?)


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