Walker-Peters linked with Premier League loan

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Our young Right Back Kyle Walker-Peters is a loan target for Swansea in the January transfer window according to The Sun

And the article says that the club will consider allowing the England Under-21 right-back a short-term move for the second half of the season.

Swans boss Paul Clement is interested in bringing the youngster to the Liberty Stadium and giving former Spur Kyle Naughton competition at right-back.

The article adds how the 20-year-old made a dream debut on the opening weekend of the season when he was man-of-the-match in the victory over Newcastle.

However Spurs splashed out Serge Aurier since and with Kieran Trippier in such excellent form it has left Walker-Peters further down the pecking order.

It adds that Walker-Peters also played in the EFL Cup win over Barnsley and came off the bench against Huddersfield for eight minutes.

It’s says that Mauricio Pochettino rates his Academy product highly and will have to think about whether a loan move will best help his development.

Walker-Peters also penned a new contract with Spurs in August that will keep him at the club until 2020.

The article says that Swansea want a young full-back when the transfer window opens in seven weeks’ time and adds that Stoke City are also looking for a right wing-back.

So what do you guys think. Would a loan move for Kyle be a good thing? Surely if he is not guaranteed a start elsewhere  he’d be better served staying at Spurs. It’s a hard one, he did well against Newcastle but he’s still very young and has two decent players ahead of him. Let us know your thoughts on Kyle and the possibility of a loan for him.

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  1. if he will be a start we can give him a chance let him go for the loan instead of rosting in bench bcs Two players are head of him alread. tanx

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