Robins bring in Spurs duo

Swindon have signed Tottenham midfielder Alex Pritchard and Nathan Byrne from Tottenham.

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Swindon have added two players from Tott

Swindon have added two players from Tott

Swindon have signed Tottenham midfielder Alex Pritchard on a season-long loan while Nathan Byrne has rejoined the Robins after departing White Hart Lane.

Pritchard, 20, made six appearances for Peterborough at the end of last season and has represented England at Under-20 level.

He will be joined at The County Ground by Byrne who made seven appearances for Swindon during a loan spell at the end of 2012/13 and was sent off during their League One play-off second leg against Brentford.

Byrne has penned a two-year deal, bringing the number of former Spurs players joining Kevin MacDonald's side this summer to five with Jack Barthram, Grant Hall and Massimo Luongo having already agreed deals.


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