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Promising Tottenham Hotspur wingers, Shilow Tracey, has joined Sky Bet League Two outfit, Cambridge United on a loan deal running until the end of the current campaign.
The exciting 22-year-old joined the Lilywhites from Ebbsfleet United in 2016 and has spent similar spells at Macclesfield Town and Shrewsbury Town, making twelve appearances and scoring four times for the latter during the first half of the season.
On joining the U’s, Tracey told www.cambridge-united.co.uk: “I could see the club are doing well at the top of the League and I was keen to be a part of that. Jubril has been telling me how good Cambridge United is, and Jack Roles performed very well here too and said it would be a good place for me as well.
“I found playing for Macclesfield at this level a year ago a very good experience. I feel have good speed and strength, I’m a ball carrier that likes to take on players, cross the ball, assist and nick in with goals too. I want to contribute towards this team in that way.
“Adding goals and assists to the team is my goal during my time here, and I really want to help Cambridge United do well.”