For only 1m, Tottenham is losing two of their top teenagers to Premier League opponents

For only 1m, Tottenham is losing two of their top teenagers to Premier League opponents ...

With Sam Amo-Ameyaw and Jayden Meghoma both set to leave for Southampton, Tottenham will lose them in the Premier League.

Harry Kane has become one of the world's top strikers in the Tottenham academy.

Totusi, Tottenham's youth output hasn't been all that impressive in the past.

Kyle Walker-Peters was forced to leave the first team in order to become a legend, while Japhet Tanganga is preparing to leave this summer.

Noni Madueke, who has swapped North London for PSV Eindhoven, has become a real talent in the Netherlands.

Tottenham will lose Sam Amo-Ameyaw and Jayden Meghoma.

Tottenham is set to lose two players from their academy ranks, and they won't be traveling abroad as Madueke did.

According to the Athletic, Southampton is poised to join the Tottenham duo of Sam Amo-Ameyaw and Jayden Meghoma.

Southampton is expected to pay around 1 million for both teenagers, with Tottenham due compensation because of their age.

Both players are 16 years old and can't actually sign professional contracts until they turn 17, but will initially sign scholarship deals with Tottenham.

Amo-Ameyaw and Meghoma, both 16, are regarded as two of the country's top 16-year-old talents, according to the report.

Southampton will experience a major coup by combining both players to form Walker-Peters into a first-team player.

Amo-Ameyaw plays mostly as a left winger, but can also play on the right, and he scored one assist in nine Under-18 Premier League games last season.

Meghoma, a left back, can also play at centre back, having only played twice in the Under-18 Premier League last season, but has two England Under-17 caps.

Spurs will be devastated to lose both players, and this may be a reminder that young players must see a path to first-team action down the line.

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