A FORMER Tottenham wonderkid is gaining interest from Championship and European sides.
Josh Onomah is currently training with Stoke City and could even earn a contract there.
That is according to the Daily Telegraph, which has claimed the midfielder is with the Potters in an attempt to maintain his fitness.
The report claims that there is a "possibility" he could be offered a contract to stay at Stoke.
However, it is suggested that he has gained interest from clubs inside and outside of England.
Onomah has been a free agent since leaving Preston North End at the end of the season.
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During his short spell at the Championship side, Onomah made 13 appearances for the club, chipping in with one assist.
He had only been at the club since arriving in January after his contract at Fulham was mutually terminated.
Onomah had joined the club in 2019 as part of the deal that saw Ryan Sessegnon move to Tottenham.
After moving to Craven Cottage, he helped the club achieve promotion to the Premier League on two occasions.
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During his time at Tottenham, Onomah was highly-rated as was thought of as one of the next stars to emerge in the Premier League.
He had featured at every England youth level up to the U21s and featured 32 times for the Lilywhites, scoring once.
However, after failing to reach his potential he left the club permanently for Fulham and has since won two promotions to the Premier League.
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