Man Utd starlet completes loan move to WSL side as agent drops transfer hint

Grace Clinton has completed her loan move to Tottenham Hotspur. Cr: Getty ImagesGrace Clinton has completed her loan move to Tottenham Hotspur. Cr: Getty Images
Grace Clinton has completed her loan move to Tottenham Hotspur. Cr: Getty Images | Getty Images
The cogs are beginning to turn for Manchester United in the summer transfer market.

Manchester United midfielder Grace Clinton has completed her season long loan move to Tottenham Hostpur, the club have confirmed.

Exclusively revealed by ManchesterWorld last week, the former Everton youngster will spend the season on loan in London as United continue to monitor her to progression and guarantee her regular game time in the top tier.

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"I'm delighted. As soon as I found out Spurs were interested I was just buzzing and I couldn't wait to get started" said the 20-year-old.

"Everybody knows how big of a club Spurs is and to be a part of that building process and get to where Spurs want to be - I want to be a big part of that" she added.

Clinton spent the second half of last season on loan to Bristol City and helped the Robins secure promotion back to the Women's Super League and United see regular game time as pivotal to her progression. Spurs have handed Clinton the number 8 shirt at the club.

Elsewhere, the agent of Red Devils' targets Kerolin and Geyse has dropped a major hint that a move may be edging closer to completion with his latest Instagram post.

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As we revealed at the weekend, Marc Skinner's United are increasingly confident that they can agree a fee with North Carolina Courage for the services of Brazil international Kerolin, who has been a long term target.

The players agent, Luis Filipe Silva, posted a cryptic post of himself on a plane with the words "one more day in the office" and a winking emoji alongside a graphic which read "let's go". Whether this is related to either player and United's long running interest is not certain but it does follow on from a similar social tweet from Kerolin, who posted her own cryptic tweet during the weekend.

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