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Levy Plays Hardball As Tottenham Slap £60million Price Tag On English Star

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Kyle Walker shows Tottenham roots as he takes a dig at Arsenal
Kyle Walker
Kyle Walker

Surprise! The Kyle Walker transfer saga is witnessing some unbelievable twists and turns. The 27-year-old Englishman has been a subject of much speculation in recent weeks and was dropped from the side for the final few weeks of the campaign where he was replaced by Kieran Trippier.

Since then, it has all been speculation regarding his future and he has been linked with a big-money move to Manchester City. However, things do not end here. The latest development in this story is that we have increased our asking price for Kyle Walker to £60million which could probably stop Manchester City from pursuing the English right-back.

As a matter of fact, the price tag can be justified. A certain Man City defender joined them from Everton for a price of £47.5million. If such an overrated player gets such a huge proce tag, why shouldn’t the best right-back in England get a £60million price tag? Walker’s contract runs until 2021 and Tottenham are under no pressure to sell at all.

Walker hasn’t expressed any signs of being unhappy and has remained tight-lipped about his future. He has no other choice as going for a war against the club would be a disaster for him. He is 27-years old, is the first choice for the England national team, and is a top class player. Going against the club will only lead to him being frozen out of the team and with 4 more years left on his contract, Walker simply cannot afford to do this.

It is a good move by Tottenham to try and get as much money as possible for Walker as he is at the right age. In case he is unhappy at the club, let him be! There is no necessity for us to compromise on the money that we’d receive by selling him. In case if Pochettino feels that Walker is being toxic in the dressing room, there is always an option of removing from the set-up completely.

So it is better that Walker handles this properly. No player is bigger than the club and if Walker can change his mind and compromise with Poch and the management, things would still be sweet.

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