Oliver Skipp and Troy Parrott could both leave Tottenham on loan this summer, according to the Evening Standard.
Skipp, 19, who is hugely admired by Jose Mourinho, made his Spurs debut in the EFL Cup victory over West Ham in October 2018 and has gone on to make 23 appearances in all competitions – including Sunday’s draw against Crystal Palace.
Mourinho recently described the midfielder as a ‘future Tottenham captain’ – and revealed in the same press conference that Skipp is likely to head out on loan next season to gain valuable first-team experience.
Fulham, who’re just 180 minutes away from promotion to the Premier League after their play-off victory over Cardiff on Monday, are currently in pole position for his signature, but Skipp also has interest from Southampton, Burnley, Reading and Nottingham Forest.
Meanwhile, Championship outfit Millwall, who narrowly missed out on a top-six place, are interested in signing Troy Parrott on loan after the 18-year-old’s Republic of Ireland U21 teammate Jayson Molumby, who spent the last season on loan at The Den, recommended Parrott to the south Londoners.
Parrott also has a number of clubs monitoring him, but Spurs would prefer the striker, who made four senior appearances this season, to remain in London.