Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho has admitted that young striker Kazaiah Sterling has no future in North London, according to Football Insider.

The 22-year-old Enfield-born frontman has made just two first-team appearances for Spurs – a Champions League group stage match against Apoel Nicosia in December 2017 and then an FA Cup fourth-round tie against Crystal Palace last January, and is unlikely to play again.

Sterling was given his first taste of senior football last term, spending the second half of the campaign at League One outfit Sunderland. He was loaned out to Doncaster Rovers at the beginning of this season – netting once in four appearances – before his contracted was terminated after suffering an injury.

However, once Sterling regained his fitness, he signed for Leyton Orient on a six-month deal, although the former England Under-18 international is yet to feature for the East Londoners.

Despite Spurs shortage of strikers, Sterling’s future looks to be lie away from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – with the report suggesting that the club will listen to offers in the summer window.



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