Five players who could leave Tottenham Hotspur on loan before the end of the transfer window

Who could leave before the end of the month?

Tottenham Hotspur have made a decent start to the new season.

They beat Southampton 4-1 on the opening day before picking up a last-gasp point away at Chelsea last time out.

Next up for Antonio Conte’s side is a home clash against Wolves this weekend.

It has been a busy summer at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium but both comings and goings.

Here are five players who could leave on loan before the end of the transfer window....

Harvey White

The midfielder has been on the books of the London club for his whole career to date having risen up through their youth ranks.

He was loaned out to League One side Portsmouth in the campaign before last and went on to play 22 times for the Hampshire outfit.

Harvey White was handed just six starts after arriving from Spurs in January. It has been a familiar tale for fellow young Pompey loanees. Picture: Dennis Goodwin/ProSportsImages

Brandon Austin

He remains down the goalkeeping pecking order at Spurs.

The 23-year-old, who is a former USA youth international, joined the club back in 2015 but is yet to make a senior appearance.

Instead, he has been sent away to Viborg in Denmark and Orlando City in America to get game time under his belt.

Nile John

The midfielder spent the second-half of last term with Charlton Athletic in the third tier.

He was given the green light to join the Addicks in the January transfer window but struggled to get into their side.

Malachi Fagan-Walcott

He signed for Tottenham back in 2015 from non-league side Norseman and has been a regular at various youth levels over the past few years.

However, the defender has only played once for the senior team so far. He had a spell up in Scotland with Dundee a couple of years but that is his only temporary spell away to date.

Billy Bodin may receive a good reception if he lines up against Bristol Rovers. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Jamie Bowden

The former Republic of Ireland youth international returned to his parent club in January after spending the first-half of last season at Oldham Athletic.

He played 15 times for the Latics so he is ready for another move somewhere else now?