Tottenham are said to be interested in loaning out DeAndre Yedlin but would it be the right decision?

With Kieran Trippier having been signed from Burnley to compete with Kyle Walker, Spurs now have two senior right-backs at the club. With the 21-year old Yedlin needing some senior football, a loan move might be the best route for him right now.

Yet Walker spent much of last season injured and if he were to suffer similar problems next term, then Mauricio Pochettino could once again find himself with problems in that position. Perhaps it would be prudent to keep Yedlin around, especially since he is capable of playing in more than one position.

Yedlin very often plays as a right-sided midfielder for his country, with USA boss Jurgen Klinsmann generally opting to bring him on late in the game to exploit tired defenders.

With Yedlin’s best position being very much in the air – along with Walker’s fitness – keeping him at the club until at least the January window could be the best option. What’s your verdict?



  1. How can we integrate the younger players with the knowledge the likes of Yedlin if we keep on loaning them out. Players like Yedlin should be kept on home ground and made to train with the first team.n That way they can advance and better their knowledge of the game and the players they are going to be playing with.

  2. DeAndre should stay and learn/bond with the THS first team members. He should learn the MP work ethic and his skill will improve. I just want for him to be successful because he is potentially going to be a very entertaining footballer and I look forward to watching I spacey skills at WHL.

  3. No he should not be loaned out. Give the kid a chance to prove himself. Tottenham fan since 1962 now lining in British Columbia Canada

  4. Yes he should. Dont forget about dier, he’s playing rb too. In the mean while let yedlin loan to another club and maybe promote him to rm with lamela if he’s good enough. He clearly have potential to play forward

  5. We won the league at White Hart lane *2
    We won the league at that “stadium”
    We won the league at White Hart lane.

  6. It seems Jurgen’s going to show us Yedlin’s ability on the wing in their Gold Cup. How is it Jurgen Klinsman can see this young man’s potential as a footballing athlete where as our coaching staff (as far as I know) hasn’t made any issue about this strategy? This man has exceptional pace (aka Gareth Bale), who incidentally began in a defensive position. Here is a scenario where I would have liked to hear of our coaches being insightful and courageous. No guts no glory. TO DARE IS TO DO.


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