Huddersfield Town are opening talks to sign Tottenham midfielder Josh Onomah according to Football Insider.
Onomah has spent the last two seasons out on loan at Aston Villa in 2017/18 and Sheffield Wednesday in the last campaign as he fell out of favour at Spurs.
Talks between the two clubs are taking place as they discuss another loan deal for the midfielder which will see him leave North London for another season.
There have been a host of clubs vying for his signature but with talks progressing with the Terriers he appears to be on his way to the The John Smith’s Stadium.
Philip Billing has recently left the club to join Bournemouth in a £15million deal and Jan Siewert now sees Onomah as an ideal replacement for the departing Billing.
Onomah, who made his Tottenham debut aged 17, has been capped by England at Under-21 level and has made 32 appearances for the Londoners but mainly as a substitute.
With Tottenham looking to spend more and bring in further quality additions, it will be even more of a sizeable task for Onomah to force his way into the Tottenham first team.
Fulham have also shown an interest in the youngster as his career has been stagnating whilst at Spurs but it seems that Huddersfield are winning the race for him.
However, Spurs are interested in signing Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham and they could potentially use Onomah in the deal for him as a player plus cash transfer.
It would certainly make sense for Onomah to move elsewhere at this stage of his career where he can gain regular first team football.