The Tottenham fans in the Transfer Tavern are concerned about the future of Kyle Walker…
Despite impressing for much of the campaign, the Englishman lost his place in the Tottenham first team towards the end of last season, leaving many in the pub worried that he could look to leave the club this summer.
Walker has, of course, been a regular starter for Tottenham over the last few years, having really improved from his early days as a young professional.
When Sky Sports reported earlier this week that Man City could open talks with the club over the next few days, then, there was a sizeable gasp from the fans in the Transfer Tavern.
Whilst rarely an exceptional figure, Walker has continually impressed in recent years, and none of the Tottenham fans in the Transfer Tavern want to see him leave.
The fans on Twitter, though, are markedly more divided – with many ready to sell Walker for the right price.
See what they had to say below…
— Bek Stefario (@SimplyStefario) June 13, 2017
If Pickford is worth 30 million squid then 60 million for Kyle Walker might look cheap, keep ramping that price up Mr Levy! #COYS
— Tim Eaton (@TimEatonCycles) June 13, 2017
— Paul Lees (@Leesy29) June 12, 2017
As far as I'm concerned walker can sod off to city…as long as we get no less than 50m for him it will be a good deal #COYS
Don't know about anyone else, but if we do end up selling Kyle Walker, I would much rather promote Walker-Peters then sign another RB. #COYS
— Chris Duncan (@coach_chris83) June 12, 2017
Would take £50-60m for Walker anyday, Trippier is just as good & Walker Pieters will then start getting more chances to be a regular #coys
— Scott Murray (@ScottmMurray97) June 12, 2017
— Jay (@Aloob007) June 12, 2017
He let his head get turned during the run in, I’ve lost all trust with him.
— Eric Dier FC (@pjg1999) June 12, 2017
Love it, if it's true…
— Zgryźliwy Kogut (@TucziSpurs) June 12, 2017
Would be good to keep him but the money would make up for it Trippier is a brillant replacement
— Jonathan (@Jonno_Dunne) June 13, 2017