Tottenham prodigy Marcus Edwards questioned his attitude and mindset as Norwich loan was cut short

Marcus Edwards, the youngster from Tottenham Hotspur compared to Lionel Messi by manager Mauricio Pochettino, is awaiting a conference on his timing and general attitude following his loan interruption at Norwich City.

The 19-year-old returned to Spurs this week, having played just six minutes for Premier League club Norwich after being on loan in January.

Edwards was supposed to stay with the Canaries until the end of the season, but both clubs have confirmed he returned to Tottenham for “personal reasons”.

Telegraph Sport understands that a number of issues contributed to Edwards’ disappointing stay at Norwich, including his poor timing.

It is believed that he did not arrive on time for a single training session and was also late for team meetings, much to the amazement of senior Norwich executives.

His attitude and inability to engage with the rest of the Norwich squad surprised other players, although sources at Tottenham point out that Edwards has an introverted personality that can be misunderstood.

Edwards was on the substitute bench for Norwich’s victory over Aston Villa but again failed to enter the pitch. It became apparent that the loan had become a waste of time for all parties and it was terminated ahead of the Canaries’ draw with Sunderland.

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