Kyle Walker has discussed his Tottenham future with Mauricio Pochettino amid interest from Manchester City and Manchester United, according to The London Evening Standard.
Walker was named in this season’s PFA Team of the Year and has been one of Spurs’ most improved players since Pochettino took over in the summer of 2014.
But with both Manchester clubs thought to be interested in signing the right-back this summer, Walker has reportedly held talks with Pochettino about “the club’s plans for the years ahead.”
The Telegraph also picked up the story, and suggested Walker was disappointed after being left out of Tottenham’s starting eleven against Chelsea at Wembley. As a result, the report claims Walker will “reassess his Tottenham future at the end of the season.”
The 26-year-old is believed to earn around £70,000-a-week, and Spurs’ rivals will obviously be able to offer him much more than that.
Tottenham fans will hope the club can keep hold of Walker, but there is a gnawing feeling of unease after the defender’s exclusion from the team against Chelsea.