Denne har nok gått litt under radaren i siste ukes overgangshysteri, men de liljehvite har altså hentet ny midtstopper fra Esiliiga (estisk eliteserie). 17-åringen har allerede debutert for Flora Tallinn på seniornivå, men går i første omgang inn i U18-troppen.
Two Estonian footballers join major European club youth academies
Monday saw two signings of young football players from Estonia, with 17-year old players Maksim Paskotši and Oliver Jürgens signing with Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan respectively.
Paskotši, a center-back, who came up with Tallinn FC Flora, joined the youth academy of the English Premier League powerhouse Spurs, signing a three-year contract with the 2019 Champions League finalists.
Flora's homepage writes: "The main goal of Tottenham's youth academy is to develop talented young players and their system is regarded among the highest of youth systems. Players like Harry Kane and Ledley King have reached the top via their lists."
Paskotši previously visited Tottenham for a trial in August 2019.
17-year old Paskotši has represented Flora in 61 matches, adding four matches for Estonia's under-16 national team and 11 matches for the under-17 team.
The young center-back commented: "I can't explain how happy I am right now! It is a difficult but strong step for my career.
"I would like to thank all Flora players and coaches who have given me a lot and I'm sure I will never forget them and we will always remain good friends. To coaches and players - thankyou for your trust and the experience. One club. One family!"