Former Tottenham Hotspur youth Tom Glover has joined Melbourne City.
The highly rated 21-year-old shot stopper - who joined the North London giants in 2014 and played over 30 matches for the club's youth team - has signed a two-year deal with City.
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“Tom is one of the brightest young Australian goalkeeping talents there is,"hailed Director of Football Michael Petrillo.
"We’re looking forward to working with him to help him continue his impressive development and challenge for game time this season."
Glover previously played in the Hyundai A-League for Central Coast Mariners in 2017, making four appearances.
He will be available for the club's pre-season friendly with Bentleigh Greens on Tuesday 6 August.
“I’m excited to join up with Melbourne City and to work with Erick (Mombaerts) and Neil (Young, Goalkeeper Coach),” said Glover.
“I am committed to working hard and learning the new style of play Erick is implementing at Melbourne City, developing by ball-playing skills and game-management.
“I want to challenge myself and compete for a regular spot in the side and look forward to getting stuck in.”