While Tottenham Hotspur have done their transfer business early, bringing in two players within the first ten days of the window, they’ve also been busy sorting out loan moves for various players. Here’s a look at the latest Spurs loan wrap-up.

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Tottenham Hotspur Loans: Japhet Tanganga Joins Millwall

Central defender Japhet Tanganga is the latest Spurs star to be recalled from one loan early, only to be sent on loan to another club. Tanganga will join Championship side Millwall until the end of the season, as per the Tottenham Hotspur official X account.

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Originally sent on loan to Bundesliga outfit Augsburg, he made zero appearances in Germany and was subsequently recalled by his parent club. The hope is that he can reignite what once seemed like a promising career.

Djed Spence Joins Genoa

In a move that was part of Radu Dragusin’s transfer to Tottenham Hotspur, right-back Djed Spence went the other way in a deal that will see the 21-year-old spend the rest of the season in Italy with the option of a permanent switch. Spence, who spent the first half of this season on loan with Championship side Leeds United, was reported to have fallen out with manager Daniel Farke, which led to his season-long deal ending prematurely.

Sergio Reguilon Makes Another Premier League Move

Spanish left-back Sergio Reguilon is set for his second Premier League loan spell away from Tottenham, as he has joined Brentford for the rest of the campaign. Reguilon was initially on loan at English giant Manchester United earlier this season and will be hoping to get regular game time at the Bees, who will be without their regular left-back, Rico Henry. The 27-year-old’s Spurs contract will end next summer, and this loan would be an opportunity for him to present himself well to possible suitors.

Alfie Devine Moves up Divisions

The rose among the thorns of Spurs loanees, Alfie Devine was having a stellar loan spell with League One side Port Vale. He made 21 league appearances for the club and notched up three goals and three assists as a deep-lying playmaker. The League One side’s website confirmed how much he will be missed – as they described him as a ‘fan favourite’ 

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The 19-year-old will now join Championship side Plymouth Argyle, who also have another young Spurs player on their books. Devine is held in high regard at his parent club, and all those involved will be hoping he can kick on and become a vital figure at the N17 for years to come.

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Ashley Phillips to Get More Minutes at Plymouth Argyle

18-year-old central defender Ashley Phillips has joined Championship side Plymouth Argyle. Phillips, who only signed for Spurs from Blackburn Rovers in the summer of 2023, will be hoping to get some regular game time in an effort to cement himself as a long-term centre-back option for his parent club.

Ivan Perisic Set to Join Former Club on Loan

Veteran Croatian Ivan Perisic has joined boyhood club Hajduk Split on loan until the end of the season. Perisic, ruled out for the rest of the season with an ACL injury, has only managed five appearances for Tottenham this season. The rumoured loan will run until the end of his Tottenham contract at the end of the season.

Joe Rodon Loved at Leeds

Welsh defender Joe Rodon is the only player from Tottenham’s initial cohort of loanees who has not been recalled. Rodon has made 24 appearances for Leeds United in the championship, and their supporters selected him as the December Player of the Month. He is one of the few success stories of Tottenham players on loan this season and is set to remain at Elland Road until the end of the season.

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