LUKE Amos returned to QPR on a permanent basis in August 2020, following a year-long loan spell in W12 during 2019/20, which saw the midfielder enjoy plenty of game-time with the R’s, making 35 appearances in all competitions and scoring two goals.
Amos - who first joined his previous club Tottenham Hotspur aged just nine - represented England at Under-18 level before joining Southend United on loan for the second half of the 2016/17 campaign for his first experience of senior football.
Aged 19 at the time, he made three appearances in League One for the Shrimpers while also representing Tottenham’s Under-23s in Premier League 2 during that season, starting 14 games with many of them as captain.
After making 15 starts across all competitions for Spurs’ Under-23s in the opening months of 2017/18, Amos joined Stevenage on loan in January 2018 – featuring 16 times for the League Two side, and scoring twice.
As part of his continued progress, Hertfordshire-born Luke joined Tottenham’s first-team squad for their USA tour ahead of the 2018/19 season, and he made his Premier League bow in their 2-1 win at Newcastle United on the opening day of that campaign.
However, just a month later – in September 2018 – Amos ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee while playing for Spurs’ Under-23s against Blackburn. That cruelly ruled him out of action for the rest of the season but, equally, paved the way for this eventual permanent switch across the capital.
- Full Name:
- Luke Amos
- Date of birth:
- 23rd February 1997
- 179 cm
- 70 kg
- Date signed:
- 17th August 2020