Report: Why Daniel Levy wants Kyle Walker-Peters to remain in the Premier League

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur are already short of options at right-back this season, with Serge Aurier playing the vast majority of the games, but they are still said to be considering loaning out Kyle Walker-Peters.

Walker-Peters started the first three matches of the new Premier League season, before suffering a hamstring injury and arrival of Jose Mourinho has seen the Portuguese select Aurier as his first-choice.

The 22-year-old academy graduate has been largely overlooked by both Pochettino and Mourinho this season, hence why a loan deal is being talked about.

The Sun claim that both Crystal Palace and Brighton are interested in the full-back on loan for the next six months, which could be an attractive prospect for Daniel Levy (Page 63, January 12, 2020).

The Sun report also claims that Levy wants Walker-Peters to stay in the Premier League in a bid to keep his valuation as high as possible should Tottenham decide to sell him in the summer.

Levy is also said to want a loan fee from any club that wants to take Walker-Peters on a temporary basis.

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