Three clubs affiliated with Kyle Walker-Peters

The 25-year-old came from the North London club’s youth category before playing 24 games for the full-back Lives.

Despite promising plenty for Tottenham Hotspur, the club left full-back in 2020. He was initially loaned to Southampton, which later signed him permanently.

He has not looked back since signing for the Saints and caped twice for England. The last season of Walker-Peters is good for the Saints. In 37 games in all competitions in the previous campaign, he scored two goals and four assists for Ralph Hassanhatl. Southampton are reportedly looking for full-back contenders and could sell if they get a good deal.

The 25-year-old is known to have a significant interest.

Here, we see three clubs that are said to be chasing the signature of the twice-capped Three Lions star.

Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs are said to be considering a move to bring the defender back to the club. Antonio Conte’s system relies heavily on wing-backs flying down on both sides, and Walker-Peters would be a great option for the Italian boss, thanks to his ability to play on both sides. Spurs also has a £ 30m buy-back clause that they can look to activate.

Arsenal

Arsenal is another team that can do with a quality full-back who can play as a left-back or right-back. The Gunners have quality options in two full-back positions in Takehiro Tomiasu and Kiran Tierney, but they were disappointed after both were injured last season because they didn’t have enough backup. Signing Walker-Peters means Arsenal signing players to solve two problems.

Manchester United

United now look great after signing left-hander Tyrell Malaysia who will fight for a spot between Luke Shaw and Alex Tales. However, they were still able to do so by signing a quality right-back as neither Aaron Van Bisaka nor Diego Dalot look good enough as a first choice. Moving to Manchester United would be the best option for Walker-Peters in terms of first-team chances.

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