Tottenham manager Mourricio Pocetino has decided to put at least 40 million pounds to England’s Kyle Walker, the English media reports. The Argentine Tottenham mentor had a meeting with President Daniel Levy, who was confident that the team did not need to sell and none of the team’s stars would leave without the Honorable’s approval. Only Kyle Walker will be allowed to go against his price. The English national has been a solid player since the start of the season but has been left on the bench several times in the last month, with Keuron Tripier taking his place among the winners.
Manchester City and Champion Chelsea are interested in the defender, and Walker agrees to leave North London this summer. Currently, the right back gets 65,000 pounds a week, and in Manchester City his reward can double. The bidding may also include Manchester United, who will try to use Luke Shaw as a coin in a deal. The left defender of the Red Devils is among the favorites of Pocetino, who started his professional career in Southampton.
26-year-old Kyle Walker has 25 matches with England’s national team. The defender is part of Tottenham Hotspur since 2009. He is a former footballer of Queens Park Rangers, Aston Villa, Northampton and Sheffield United.