Kyle Walker-Peters is set to hold talks with Mauricio Pochettino in the coming weeks to discuss his future at Tottenham Hotspur.
The young right-back has found first team opportunities limited in North London behind Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier and despite the senior pair both struggling with form during the season, Walker-Peters has rarely featured.
Football.london report that the 22-year-old will now discuss the next step of his career.
Walker-Peters featured ten times for Spurs last season with his highlight being the three assists he provided during the 5-0 Boxing Day win against Bournemouth in the Premier League at Wembley.
He has also experienced some difficult occasions, notably when he was given a baptism of fire by being named in the Spurs side for the crucial away trip to Barcelona in the Champions League where he was at fault for Ousmane Dembele’s opening goal.
While there is doubt over the future of both Trippier and Aurier at the club, with The Sun reporting that the pair have been made available for transfer it remains to be seen what the future holds for Walker-Peters.
Pochettino could decide to send him out on loan to give him more game time, promote him to a second choice right-back if one of Aurier or Trippier departs or even decide that he won’t make the breakthrough and allow him to leave on a permanent deal.
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