Kieran Trippier fears he will be sold this summer after a difficult season with Tottenham, according to the Mirror.
The defender shone for England at the World Cup last summer but has failed to replicate that form for Spurs this term.
As a result, he has been left out of Gareth Southgate’s squad for the UEFA Nations League semi-finals against the Netherlands.
Just a year ago, Trippier was being picked for England ahead of former Tottenham right-back Kyle Walker, who had to settle for a place in the back three.
But Walker and Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold have finished the season strongly, leaving no place for Trippier in the Three Lions squad.
And the Mirror claims the former Burnley man feels he may need to leave Spurs in order to win his England place back.
It is believed Manchester United and Everton are tracking him after recent reports suggested Napoli have pulled out of a move for the 28-year-old.
Trippier may end up staying at Tottenham if a suitable replacement can’t be found, or if Serge Aurier and Kyle Walker-Peters leave instead.