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Report: Ange Postecoglou’s Plan to Develop Wonderkid Amidst Top Club Interest

Tottenham Hotspur’s Future Bright with Mikey Moore: A Young Talent Set to Shine

Tottenham Hotspur are showing unwavering confidence in retaining their prodigious talent, Mikey Moore, amidst mounting interest from European giants Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, and Borussia Dortmund. The highly-rated 16-year-old midfielder, who has already made history as Spurs’ youngest ever top-flight debutant, is being groomed for a prominent role in the Premier League next season.

Spurs’ Stand on Mikey Moore’s Future

HITC reports that despite rampant speculation suggesting that Moore might leave Tottenham soon, these claims are unfounded. Sources from within the club assert that there are no concerns about losing the England Under-17 international this summer. Notably, Manchester United and Manchester City have also been rumored to have shown interest, but Tottenham’s stance remains firm.


The Appeal of Staying at Tottenham

One compelling reason for Moore’s commitment to Tottenham is the opportunity to develop under the guidance of Ange Postecoglou. The former Celtic manager is renowned for his ability to nurture young talent, making Tottenham an ideal environment for Moore’s growth.

“What’s more, while Moore and his camp have had contact with some of the biggest clubs outside of English shores, there is a belief that – both from the player and his representatives – he would be better off staying put and continuing his development under Ange Postecoglou,” HITC reports.

Postecoglou’s faith in Moore was evident when he handed the teenager his first-team debut against Manchester City last season. “I thought it was important (to give him a chance),” Postecoglou stated on the Spurs website following the 2-0 home defeat by Pep Guardiola’s side. “We’ve had him training with us for a while.”

Building on Recent Success

Postecoglou’s strategy for Moore involves integrating him gradually into the first team while providing ample opportunities to showcase his talent. “I’ve been trying to see if we can get him some game time, because we’ve kept him out of the (under) 21s as well. It’s a bit of a reward for him for working hard in the last two, three weeks as part of the first team squad, to give him that experience,” Postecoglou elaborated.

This approach not only aids in Moore’s immediate development but also ensures he gains valuable experience. “He still has a long way to go, he’s only 16. But he’s a good kid and hopefully that encourages him,” added Postecoglou.

Complementing Spurs’ Youth Revolution

Moore is set to feature more prominently in Postecoglou’s plans next term, solidifying Tottenham’s commitment to developing young talent. Joining him will be Lukas Bergvall, a former Barcelona target, and Archie Gray, a £35 million acquisition from Leeds United who has already demonstrated his prowess in the Championship.

Gray’s versatility and experience make him a significant addition to Spurs’ youthful lineup. “He is versatile. We’ve seen him play at full-back, we’ve seen him play in midfield,” said Darren Bent, a former England international, to talkSPORT. “He passes the ball, he gets on the ball, he’s comfortable in possession. Clearly, going to Tottenham with Ange Postecoglou and the young players they’ve got in that squad, it is about potential.”


Tottenham Hotspur’s future looks promising with Mikey Moore at the heart of their plans. His decision to stay and develop under Ange Postecoglou’s mentorship highlights the club’s robust strategy to nurture young talent. As Spurs prepare for the upcoming season, the integration of Moore, along with other young prospects, underscores a bright era ahead for the North London club.

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