Tottenham ‘have joined the race’ for rising star Jack Wylie


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Tottenham Hotspur have ‘joined the race’ for Rangers star Jack Wylie and are currently in talks with the player’s camp, according to reports.

The Lowdown: Wylie stunning…

The defender is seriously impressing behind the scenes at Ibrox with sporting director Ross Wilson now lining up a mega-money professional deal for Wylie.

His performances at youth level for both Rangers and Scotland Under-16s have attracted attention from south of the border, where Premier League giants Leeds United, Man United and Arsenal are eyeing a move.

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Wylie is seen as a genuine prospect in Glasgow but is not eligible to sign as a professional until he turns 16 next year, prompting fears that English sides could snap up the youngster.

The latest: Spurs join Wylie race…

According to recent reports, Spurs have now ‘joined the race’ for him as sporting director Fabio Paratici’s scouting team appear to be getting to work.

Football Insider claim the north Londoners are joining Newcastle in registering an interest and Tottenham are even “in dialogue with the youngster’s camp”.

The Verdict: Take the plunge…

Adding another rising star to Tottenham’s impressive collection of exciting youngsters would be a shrewd move by Paratici and co.

Wylie is building a strong reputation in Scotland with almost half of England’s top flight chasing him by this latest report.

Indeed, if the teenager continues to develop his game at this rate and Spurs manage to land him, it’s not unreasonable to think he could break into the first team in the coming years.

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