Mauricio Pochettino to include 17-year-old striker in first-team rotation

Troy Parrott could be a big winner from Tottenham’s summer business with Spurs closing the transfer window with a move for Giovani Lo Celso.

Added to the signing of Tanguy Ndombele, the north London club have bolstered the key area of their side which required it but in the process, they have opted not to add a new centre-forward to support captain Harry Kane.

The release of Fernando Llorente puts teenager Troy Parrott in a fantastic position to make a reputation for himself.

Troy Parrott caught the eye on the pre-season tour and looked set to be given opportunities this campaign.

After impressing for the under-18s and under-23s last term, Tottenham feel he is prepared to be entrusted with chances at first-team level.

The 17-year-old is a player for the Premier League club to be very excited about and the Republic of Ireland man is in a position which many youngsters would love to be in.

The youngster is backing up Harry Kane, a fantastic striker to learn from, and has the faith of one of the world’s best head coaches.

Champions League runners-up are one of the top teams in Europe, are offering him a chance to be an essential part.

With two new signings in midfield behind him too, Troy Parrott is in prime position to become a star.

Spurs also signed Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham on the transfer deadline day in initial £25 million deal which could rise to £30 million.