Tottenham calls back the fullback… Looks like it will be tough before the recruitment

Reports have emerged that England’s English Premier League (EPL) Tottenham Hotspur is considering a plan to bring back Kyle Walker-Peters.

On the 14th local time, Talksport, a British sports media outlet, pointed out Tottenham Hotspur as one of them, saying, “Premier League clubs continue to call for Walker Peters.” If the transfer is successful in the transfer market this winter, it will be the first time in two and a half years.

Walker Peters currently plays for Southampton. Born in London, England in 1997, he grew up in the Tottenham U-18 and U-21 teams, and played as a full-back for Tottenham and Southampton from 2017 to 2020.

However, at that time he did not gain much confidence from both Mauricio Pochettino and Jose Mourinho. Walker Peters started to secure playing time in earnest only after fully transferring to Southampton in the summer of 2020 after going on loan to Southampton. In this 2022-23 season, he appeared in 14 matches in the Premier League alone. He also scored once.

Talksport reported that “Walker Peters is trying to move the team through this transfer window as the renewal of his contract with Southampton has been sluggish.” 카지노

According to the media, Tottenham, Manchester United and Chelsea are currently eyeing Walker Peters. Talksport also added, “Southampton are aware that the race for Walker Peters will be fierce.”

However, Spursweb, another British media, analyzed that “Walker Peters has very effective attacking skills to be used as a wingback,” but “he is not a player that Tottenham coach Antonio Conte would prefer because he is short.” Walker Peters is said to be 173 cm tall.

On the other hand, Spursweb also predicted that “Walker Peters’ transfer fee will not be cheap.” Walker Peters’ contract with Southampton runs through the summer of 2025. Transfer Markt, a transfer market analysis company, estimates Walker Peters’ current ransom at 25 million euros (33.6 billion won).

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