Report are out claiming that Tottenham are listening to offers for Kyle Walker.
The Mail on Sunday claims that Spurs will consider offers for defender Walker following the £3.5million purchase of Kieran Trippier from Burnley last week.
Walker, 25, was seen at one time as England’s long-term right-back but he has failed to make a start for his country since 2013 and missed the first half of last season with a hip injury.
Trippier has been signed with a first-team place in mind but chairman Daniel Levy is unlikely to want a big price for Walker with Manchester United quoted £20million when they made an enquiry at the start of the year.
United, Stoke City, West Ham United, Liverpool and Sunderland are all looking for right-backs at the moment though it is unlikely any of them would pay more than the £15million Southampton are demanding for Nathaniel Clyne.