Luke Amos’ Tottenham career is almost over – with the 23-year-old set to sign for Queens Park Rangers on a permanent basis, according to talkSPORT.
Amos, who spent last season on loan at Loftus Road, was a regular under Mark Warburton – scoring two goals in 35 appearances in all competitions as the R’s finished 13th in the Championship after a difficult spell post-lockdown.
The midfielder looked set for a bright future in N17 – with Mauricio Pochettino admitting that he was confident Amos would break into Spurs’ first-team after featuring on their pre-season tour of the US in the summer of 2018 – including against Barcelona.
Two weeks later, the former Southend and Stevenage loanee was handed his Premier League debut against Newcastle United on the opening day of the 2018-2019 campaign.
However, a serious knee injury whilst playing for Tottenham’s U23s less than two months later turned out to be the start of the end – with that stoppage-time appearance at St James’ Park his only for Spurs.
And now after a successful stint in west London, Amos looks set to sign permanently – with talkSPORT reporting that the two clubs are close to completing a deal.