Tottenham Hotspur are short of experienced full-backs in North London, with Serge Aurier currently occupying the right-hand side and Ryan Sessegnon on the left.
Danny Rose and Ben Davies have been out injured, while Kyle Walker-Peters is being overlooked by the second manager in a row at Spurs. Kieran Trippier was sold to Atletico Madrid back in the summer transfer window.
The Sun have now reported that Tottenham would be willing to let Walker-Peters leave the club on loan this January, but only on one condition, if they can sign a new right-back of their own.
Another report in the Sun claimed that Spurs are interested in both Norwich’s Max Aarons and West Brom’s Nathan Ferguson, who could be available on a free in the summer.
Both Brighton and Crystal Palace are said to be interested in taking Walker-Peters from Spurs, so Levy would likely be able to find a suitor for the 22-year-old.
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