Since joining Premier League winners Manchester City from Tottenham Hotspur in 2017, Kyle Walker has established himself as one of the top right backs in global football.
The England international has been an instant hit at the Etihad Stadium and he has helped Manchester City win four Premier League titles so far. A story from the Daily Mail suggests that Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy regrets selling Walker to Manchester City five years ago despite Walker’s success with Guardiola’s team, which has won many additional domestic titles.
Walker is unquestionably one of the top players in the world at his position, and Tottenham are in serious need of his services right now.
Since the departure of Kieran Trippier to Atletico Madrid, Tottenham have lacked quality and consistency in the right-back position.
Antonio Conte has to solve his right back issue quickly, as players like Emerson Royal, Matt Doherty, and Djed Spence have failed to impress so far this season.
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