The Spurs bust was supposed to be the next Dele Alli, but he is currently jobless.

The Spurs bust was supposed to be the next Dele Alli, but he is currently jobless.

Ange Postecoglou is gradually assembling a team of notable quality at Tottenham Hotspur, but the Australian manager requires more time to address the team’s past issues.

While senior recruitment shows promise, the remarkable progress at the academy

level, under Wayne Burnett’s guidance, cannot be overlooked.

The development squad currently leads the Premier League 2 and remains undefeated

after 12 matches, indicating a strong foundation for future success.

While Tottenham has seen some young talents flourish in recent years,

there have also been cases of promising players failing to fulfill their potential, with Josh Onomah being a notable example.

Once viewed as a promising prospect, Onomah made his Premier League

debut for Tottenham at the age of 18 under Mauricio Pochettino’s management.

Despite showing glimpses of his talent, Onomah’s time at Tottenham was limited,

making just 32 appearances and scoring one goal before being sold to Fulham in 2019 as part of a transfer deal involving Ryan Sessegnon.

Despite his limited opportunities at Tottenham, Onomah showcased his potential during a

loan spell at Aston Villa in the Championship, where he contributed with four

goals and three assists in 20 starts.

However, his subsequent tenure at Fulham saw him struggle for regular playing time,

leading to a brief loan spell at Preston North End before being released by Fulham.

Currently without a club, Onomah’s future in professional football remains uncertain.

While there have been rumors linking him with a move to Bolton Wanderers,

no concrete deal has materialized yet.

It is evident that Onomah faces a crucial juncture in his career and will need to secure a

platform soon if he aims to revive his professional football career.

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