Tottenham Hotspur defender Kyle Walker is refusing to give any indication of where his future lies despite a series of links with a move to Manchester City.

The England international full-back has been at White Hart Lane for eight seasons but reportedly wants to leave the club after a rift with manager Mauricio Pochettino with the Etihad Stadium the favourite to be his next destination.

The fallout was believed to be about game-time and the fitness of the 27-year-old but none of that concerns the former Sheffield United defender right now.

Walker is firmly focused on the huge match between England and Scotland at Hampden Park on Saturday.

“Not at all,” Walker said when asked by Sky Sports if the speculation was a distraction.

“I mean, you know coming away from club football kind of gives you a little bit of head space.

“I am an England player now and I am fully focused on a massive game on Saturday. We need to go and get the three points.”

“No, no indication at all,” came the response with a laugh when asked if he could give an indication on his future.

With Manchester City rumoured to have agreed a fee for Walker it would be a surprise were he to stay in London despite his refusal to comment on the situation.

Spurs have Kieran Trippier to replace the defender and would surely look to sign another right-back if their current first-choice in the position leaves this summer.

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  1. It would be really nice and refreshing to hear Walker come out and say, “I want to stay and fight for my spot in the Spurs team” It would also be nice to see Levy give him a rise to make it easier for him to do that, after all he is worth more to us than what he’s getting, that’s probably half the problem.

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