Tottenham Hotspur youngster Milos Veljkovic has rejected a new contract ​and will look to find a new club, according to the ​Daily Mail.

The 20-year-old joined Spurs from Basel in 2011 and had been tipped to make an immediate impact at the club, but has made just three first-team appearances. And now it appears he is ready to move on.

The Serbian has spent loan spells at Middlesbrough and Charlton Athletic and won the Under-20 World Cup. 

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But despite the fact that Spurs boast the youngest squad in the Premier League, Veljkovic has struggled to make it into Mauricio Pochettino's squad - being stuck in the reserve team.

And according to the Daily Mail, Veljkovic has now rejected a new deal at White Hart Lane in a bid to leave the club.

Spurs are reportedly willing to sell him this month in order to avoid a complex transfer saga in the summer which would involve compensation considering the player's age.

Italian side Palermo and Spaniards Sporting Gijon are reportedly keen on snapping up Veljkovic this month, whose Spurs career appears to be coming to an end before it ever really got started.

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