Tottenham Hotspur are willing to allow Malachi Fagan-Walcott to head out on loan after his time at Dundee was cut short last season. (FL).
Dundee manager James McPake was excited to bring the Tottenham Hotspur talent in for the push to reach the Scottish Premiership last season. While the goal of leaving the Championship was achieved, it was done so without Fagan-Walcott, who suffered a season-ending hamstring injury.
It is reported that former Dundee man Fagan-Walcott will need to keep his ‘development ticking over’ and another loan after his stint at Dens Park could follow. Dundee have been busy themselves on Deadline Day, bringing striker Leigh Griffiths back to Dens for a second spell on a season-long loan deal from Celtic.
Griffiths said: “I’ve known James half my life, never mind my career. I’ve know him my full career. He’s been my captain twice at Livingston and Hibs and now he is going to be coaching me. I can’t wait to start work under him and get going.
“I’m delighted. James made it perfectly clear that he wanted me to come here and make an impact and that’s what I intend to do. I’ve always had fond memories of the club. I had a great 18 months here and it’s a place I still came back to regularly if I got the chance. To come back here and play will be great for me and great for the club.”
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