Tottenham Hotspur Winger Shilow Tracey Joins Cambridge United on Loan

Shilow Tracey

Cambridge United have confirmed that they have signed Tottenham Hotspur winger Shillow Tracey on loan until the end of the season.

The 22-year-old spent the first half of this season on loan with League One club Shrewsbury Town.

Cambridge United Confirm Arrival of Shilow Tracey on Loan

Long-Standing Relationship With Tottenham

Cambridge have formed an impressive relationship with Tottenham over the past few seasons. The winger is the third player to make the switch from North London to Cambridgeshire since the start of last season, following in the footsteps of Jack Roles and Jubril Okedina.

As a result, it shows the relationship that is forming between the two clubs. Tracey is dropping down a division after spending the first half of the season on loan with Shrewsbury. The 22-year-old made 12 appearances for the Shrews, scoring four goals in the Papa John’s Trophy.

Tracey will add depth to the current squad available at the Abbey Stadium. The last two games have seen Head Coach Mark Bonner adapt and use players in their unnatural position out wide due to injuries. However, it has not seen the U’s slip up, having collected four points.

What Was Said?

Speaking about his move to the Cambridge United website, Shilow Tracey said: “I’m very happy to get this deal done and I cannot wait to start.

“Adding goals and assists to the team is my goal during my time here, and I really want to help Cambridge United do well.”

Mark Bonner said: “We are really pleased to add Shilow to our squad and look forward to seeing him contribute to the team in the weeks ahead. He is comfortable in wide areas both sides and as a striker and has excellent pace.

“Shilow has played in this league last year on loan and for Shrewsbury in League One this season so is fit and ready to go once his registration is complete.”

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