Levy wants more academy players getting Tottenham chance

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is eager to see more academy talent given their chance under Harry Redknapp's successor.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is eager to see more academy talent given their chance under Harry Redknapp's successor.

The Telegraph says with the move to a new £45m state-of-the-art training ground, Levy wants to try and develop some of the club’s younger players, take pressure of the wage bill and reduce the average age of the first team.

Levy wants players such as Steven Caulker, returning from loan at Swansea City, to be given their opportunity while there is also an acknowledgement that Spurs need to invest in the transfer market.

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