Tottenham Hotspur may well be on the lookout for a new right-back this summer, after the likes of Trippier and Aurier were pretty poor last season.
So, we thought we would take a look at the three potential right-backs already at the club who could do a job next season:
Few Spurs fans will disagree that this lad needs some more game time. Walker-Peters often looks impressive when he plays, albeit a little lightweight, but the only way he will be able to improve and show his true colours is through regular football. I definitely want to see him promoted to second choice next season.
I like the look of Foyth as a young and talented defender, but I worry about him playing in the middle. I’m not sure he has the strength or discipline to be a centre-back, and I feel his pace and trickery is far more suited to the full-back position. Foyth played there once last season, and I would like to see him get a few more run outs.
Sissoko was one of the players of the season last year, but an incoming Ndombele signing could see him drop to the bench. Sissoko spent all last season digging Trippier out of holes, and has even covered at right-back on occasion for Spurs. Much like Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia did at United, I could see him converting to a right-back.
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