Don Hutchinson has suggested to ESPN that Kyle Walker could make a return to Tottenham Hotspur this summer as a part of a potential Harry Kane transfer.
Sky Sports reported this week that Man City had submitted an official £100m bid to Spurs for their talismanic striker, with Fabrizio Romano also adding that players could be offered to the North London club as a part of the deal.
While Kyle Walker was not mentioned in this list of players, Hutchinson has claimed that the right-back could be an option as he still lives in the area.
Walker left Tottenham for Man City for around £45m four years ago and the move has certainly been justified as he now has multiple Premier League trophies in his cabinet.
Hutchinson added that he believes Tottenham want £120m for Kane this summer, suggesting that Walker, Bernardo Silva, Nathan Ake, Aymeric Laporte could be sold or offered to Spurs to raise the cash.
He said: “Well, I think the fee that Spurs want is £120 million. So, now you have to try and figure out which players will end up at Tottenham.
“Maybe Kyle Walker. He still lives in the area, which Joao Cancelo playing at right-back. I have read reports about Bernado Silva maybe going to Atletico Madrid for £50 million.
“You would have thought in that Man City squad, with players like Nathan Ake and Laporte etc.. then there’s enough money there, if you are Man City, you can easily raise without even trying about £75 million.
“Then you have to pay what close to £50 million for Harry Kane? It’s a no-brainer.”
Spurs Web Opinion:
£120m would not be enough and Tottenham would not want any of Man City’s deadwood, no matter how talented. The complexity of a deal involving Kane and multiple City players is just too great. Those kinds of deals never happen. £150m in cash or no deal.
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