Has Hutton played his last game for Spurs

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Alan Hutton

Aston Villa, Fulham and Sunderland could all be in the hunt for Tottenham defender Alan Hutton.

According to reports the Scottish full-back is set to leave White Hart Lane in the summer after falling out with Harry Redknapp.

Hutton could have played his last game for the club after he underwent knee surgery earlier this month which will keep him out for the rest of the season.

With the emergence of Kyle Walker who will return to Spurs in the summer when his loan spell at Aston Villa expires, Hutton could leave for around £5million.

Spurs also have cover at right-back in the form of Vedran Corluka and Younes Kaboul.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Not concerned about this. The two young Kyles are no worse, they're probably on smaller wages, and as said, they're younger. Get some money for him.

  2. I don't mind him moving on. If want Kyle Walker to have a chance, then either him or Corluka needs to move. I like Corluka more. He is defensively better, seems like a better overall character and can play central defense if needed.

  3. I think that when it comes to linking with Lennon, Hutton is the better option, but with Charlie and Walker in contention, someone has to go.

    Real problem is that Hutton, Keane, Bentley, O' Hara, GDS and Niko have been openly available for most of the season, and nobody wants to put their hands in their pockets to flash the cash. It seems like ages since we actually got a pound note for some of our players.

    I'm beginning to think that it's one thing for a player to want a move, but it's quite different to someone wanting to buy them. Even players who have not been looking for transfer, but spend most of the time on the bench such as Jenas are not attracting any interest.

    I agree with DL, that the squad needs to be trimmed down, and I would not be too sad if Bentley and Keane never were the shirt again, but you have about £40mill + of players that nobody is trying to bite our hands off for. This might well prove crucial in the hunt for a new striker.

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