Tottenham Hotspur have set a £40 million asking price for Kieran Trippier, according to the Express.
Earlier this week, we relayed a report from Italy claiming Napoli and Manchester United are interested in signing Trippier this summer.
The Express also believes Manchester United are keen on the defender, who has endured an inconsistent campaign for Spurs.
After shining for England at the World Cup last summer, Trippier has struggled to rediscover his best form and there are suggestions he will be up for sale in the coming transfer window.
The Express’ report suggests Tottenham will demand £40 million for the right-back if they are to sell him.
A few months ago, that fee would have sounded about right for Trippier on the back of his impressive World Cup displays.
But such a price could now put off the likes of Manchester United and Napoli considering the 28-year-old isn’t getting any younger – he turns 29 in September.
Serge Aurier’s future at Spurs is also in doubt, while Juan Foyth was surprisingly selected at right-back ahead of Kyle Walker-Peters against Manchester City on Saturday.