Luke Amos has signed for Queens Park Rangers on a permanent basis.
The 23-year-old, who made just one senior appearance for Tottenham, has signed a three-year deal at the Championship outfit following a successful loan spell at Loftus Road last season in which scored two goals in 35 games.
After loans at both Southend and Stevenage, Amos impressed then Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino and was handed his Premier League debut by the Argentine as a stoppage-time substitute during Tottenham’s 2-0 victory at Newcastle United on the opening day of the 2017-2018 campaign.
Unfortunately for the youngster, that brief cameo at St James’ Park turned out to be Amos’ only appearance in a Spurs shirt after a serious knee injury whilst playing for the U23s weeks later put a premature end to the season.
But Amos joined the R’s on a season-long loan deal last term and after caught the eye of manager Mark Warburton. Clearly happy with his permanent move across London, Amos said on Twitter: “Unfinished business!!! Thank you everyone for the messages.”
Thank you everyone for the message s❤️💙 https://t.co/b1Kaz2wtWK
— Luke Amos (@Luke_Amos1) August 17, 2020