Republic of Ireland striker Troy Parrott has put pen to paper on a new three-year deal with Tottenham.
There had been plenty of speculation around the teenage star’s future over the past few months as Parrott, who turned 18 earlier this week, appeared to be out of favour with new manager Jose Mourinho.
There was talk of a potential loan move away from White Hart Lane during the transfer window, but it later emerged that UEFA rules prevented him from leaving until he was 18 and the striker has now committed his future to the north London outfit by signing a new deal.
After making the club’s initial Champions League squad for the group stages under previous boss Mauricio Pochettino, he was moved down to B list for the competition earlier this week.
"In practical terms it is the same. Mourinho explained. “He is available to play."
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