Tottenham striker Troy Parrott has joined Championship side Millwall on a season-long loan, it has been confirmed.
Parrott, 18, is considered one of the brightest young talents at Spurs and was handed his Premier League debut by Jose Mourinho against Burnley last December.
However, the teenager didn’t feature after that despite Tottenham losing Harry Kane and Son Heung-min to injury.
It seems Parrott wasn’t quite ready to play regular top-flight football, which explains why Spurs have sent him to Millwall to continue his development next term.
Kane also spent time at The Den on loan, and that turned out quite well – Tottenham will be hoping Parrott can have a similar impact upon his return to north London.
Failing that, the Republic of Ireland international could determine his true level while playing in the Championship, potentially earning a permanent move elsewhere at the end of his loan spell.
But judging by the Spurs fanbase’s response to the confirmation of his temporary move, many would love to see Parrott become N17’s next goalscoring sensation.
Check out some of the best supporter reactions below.
Troy Parrott has joined @MillwallFC on loan for the 2020/21 season.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 1, 2020
Following in Kane’s footsteps. 🐐
— Ryan (@ryangoIdy8) August 1, 2020
Excellent move for him. Will be keeping a close eye on Millwall next season. Smash it, Troy. 👍🏽
— Noz Ahmed (@NozAhmed) August 1, 2020
Good luck, Troy 🙌
Will be following your progress over there, Millwall has been a good kickstarter for elite Spurs strikers anyway 😉
— Haz (@EliteYid) August 1, 2020
Great move for him, score plenty of goals there. 👍
— Aditya Kanungo (@adityakanungo1) August 1, 2020
Get in there @troyparrott9 smash the Championship up and come back ready to break through!!
— 𝕭𝖊𝖓 (@rustfromtherose) August 1, 2020
Great to get this done early so he gets a pre season in with Millwall. Hopefully he hits the ground running
Best of luck Troy 🙌🏻
— Shay (@ShaySpurs) August 1, 2020
Great move for both clubs 👏🏼👏🏼
— Kev selley PT (@KevSelleyPT85) August 1, 2020
Following in the footsteps of a giant. Good luck @troyparrott9
— Gareth Davies (@Gareth_Davies09) August 1, 2020
Good move, the lad needs some game time and some tough coaching to get him on track. Think some people forget how young he is.
— Adam Conde (@AJConde92) August 1, 2020