English Premier League club Millwall FC on Saturday confirmed of signing the Spurs striker Troy Parrott for the 2020-21 campaign.
“The 18-year-old striker will spend the 2020/21 campaign at The Den after putting pen-to-paper, becoming Gary Rowett’s second signing of the summer transfer window,” Millwall FC said in a statement.
The Lions beat the bush for trying to have the talented Ireland striker and finally got the hands-on him after a loan deal with the club and its boss Jose Mourinho.
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Parrott is a product of the Spurs’ Academy and also played for the U-21 team in 2018/19’s EFL Trophy. He further made his debut in the in a Carabao Cup tie at Colchester United in September 2019.
In December, the striker also earned international recognition after featuring in the 3-1 win of Ireland against New Zealand. Besides, he also appeared in the Premier League but as a late substitute in the Spurs’ win over Burnley by 5-0.
In March, Parrott also featured in the side’s loss during the FA Cup game against Norwich City during the penalty shoot-out. But since he is moving to the Millwall FC now, he will have a new opportunity to make a name in EFL Championship.