May 19, 2024

 

According to The Football League Paper, Kyle Walker-Peters is ‘widely anticipated’ to depart Southampton this summer if they are not promoted.
Southampton are set to have a battle to keep the full-back in the coming transfer window.
Walker-Peters, 27, has a year left on his contract with the Championship side.

However, according to The Football League Paper (28.04.24, p. 39), Manchester United, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur are all ‘credited’ with an interest in him.

 

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Southampton full-back latest

Walker-Peters remained at Southampton this season after the club’s relegation from the Premier League previous year.

He is unlikely to stay another year if they remain in the second tier.

Furthermore, because his contract expires in 2025, they will have one last chance to earn a transfer fee for him this summer or next January, providing he does not sign an extension soon.

Furthermore, because his contract expires in 2025, they will have one last chance to earn a transfer fee for him this summer or next January, providing he does not sign an extension soon.
Southampton are aiming for promotion, but will have to go through the play-offs. They lost 1-0 at home to Stoke City last time out and will return to action on the final day with an away trip to Leeds United.

The Saints are now in the top six, alongside Ipswich Town, Norwich City, and West Brom, with Hull City hoping to slip in this weekend.

Walker-Peters has been a significant player for his current club since 2020, making 153 appearances across all competitions.

He has the ability to play at the highest level, and he is unlikely to be the only Southampton player to go if the club fails to improve.

The Londoner, who has twice represented England, came up through Tottenham Hotspur’s academy systems and played 24 games for the club as a youth.

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