Tottenham have told Manchester City to pay £45 million if they want to sign Kyle Walker, according to The Daily Star.
Walker has been linked with a move to the Etihad for the last couple of months following a reported row with manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The Spurs manager is believed to have concerns over Walker’s fitness and ability to play more than one match a week, something the right-back strongly disagrees with.
Walker lost his place in the starting line-up to Kieran Trippier in big games towards the end of the season, making an exit seem inevitable.
However, doubts were raised over the move when Dani Alves emerged as a target for Manchester City last week. Pep Guardiola apparently wants to sign Alves and Walker to add defensive depth to his squad.
City might find it hard to get Walker, though. £45 million is a lot of money for a 27-year-old, especially when the fitness concerns raised by Pochettino are considered.