According to Football Insider, Tottenham Hotspur defender Kyle Walker-Peters will hold talks with managers of Crystal Palace and Southampton this week.

It has been reported that Palace and Southampton are interested in signing Walker-Peters from Premier League rivals Tottenham in the January transfer window.

The report has claimed that Spurs will allow the 22-year-old right-back to leave this month, and that the former England Under-21 international will hold talks with Palace manager Roy Hodgson and Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl.

Tottenham Hotspur loan exit

Walker-Peters is a very good right-back with a lot of potential, but the youngster needs to play competitive football now.

A loan spell away from Tottenham for the second half of the season will be helpful for him, and will aid in his development and progress as a footballer.

The right-back could return to Spurs a better player, and he could then stake a better claim to play on a regular in head coach Jose Mourinho’s team.

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