Parrott is seen as a great talent and Spurs is therefore happy that the young Irishman draws. In the past transfer period, ADO and FC Twente Parrott hoped to still be able to rent, but that was canceled due to UEFA rules. To be eligible for registration for the Champions League as a youth product, Parrott must have been under contract with Spurs for two consecutive years.
If he were rented out, he would not have achieved that, because the Irishman came from Belvedere from his home country on 4 February 2016. The European Football Association stipulates that a player must play for two consecutive years for a club in the youth, before he can be counted as a youth product and can be registered as such for the Champions League.
In addition to ADO and FC Twente, Bayern Munich was reportedly also interested in the services of Parrott. They wanted to definitively take over the Englishman, but a transfer to the German record champion seems to have been signed by the signing of this new contract.
– Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) February 7, 2020