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Tottenham and Manchester City have agreed a fee of £50 million for the transfer of Kyle Walker, according to multiple reports.

The deal has been on the cards for a while now. The only thing apparently stopping it was Manchester City’s refusal to meet Spurs’ huge asking price.

But after missing out Dani Alves to Paris Saint-Germain, it appears City have moved quickly to secure the signing of Walker, who will now negotiate personal terms with the Manchester club.

If it happens, the deal will equal the world record transfer fee for a defender set by David Luiz’s £50 million move from Chelsea to PSG in 2014.

Here’s how Twitter reacted to the news.


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  1. Once again the lure of the money gas proven too great for Levy. Trippier has a good couple of games but as a full time replacement for Walker ??? Does this again prove that Spurs are a selling team

  2. Good price for someone who has his good points but also has had bad lapses during his time. We have an excellent replacement.
    It is good for the natural progress of players for one to move on. So overall should enhance the balance and strength in the team.

  3. So much for levy saying we will not sell any of our top players to a rival club, Money talks Mr levy who’s next going out the door?

  4. Can’t see any advantages for us selling Walker to City, it’s a lose, lose as far as I’m concerned. Why do we need £50m to spend on another RB when we already had a top one? Worse we’re strengthening our direct rivals. Levy speak with forked tongue.

  5. Glad the knob is away he’s to hot and cold pish final ball can’t play two games a week get him to fcuk in poch we trust

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