Tottenham is “keeping tabs on Watford whiz Adrian Blake, 17,” ahead of a potential free transfer, but they will have competition from other clubs.


A young player at Watford named Adrian Blake has reportedly caught the eye of TOTTENHAM, but the club may face stiff competition in their attempt to sign him.

Blake, a 17-year-old forward, has made two appearances for the Hornets’ first team this season, garnering widespread interest from Premier League clubs.


The winger joined the Watford youth program when he was seven years old and grew up in London.

Tottenham are reportedly one of the premier league clubs interested in signing him.

To catch up to their North London rivals Arsenal, the Lilywhites plan to strengthen their roster this summer.

Speculation surrounding Harry Kane’s future has clouded Antonio Conte’s first season in charge of Spurs, and he may need to make significant additions in the offseason.

Watford lost 2-0 to MK Dons in Blake’s League Cup debut earlier this season. Blake played for 17 minutes in that game.

Although he has yet to play in a professional league, he is considered a top prospect by the London club.

The winger’s contract at Vicarage Road expires in the summer, making Spurs a possible destination for his potential move to the Premier League.

In the summer, Tottenham will also be exploring other options in the event that they decide to support Conte’s team.


To strengthen their attack, they have been rumored to re-sign former player Marcus Edwards from Sporting Lisbon.

After the international break, the fourth-place North London club will take on Everton in Premier League play.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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