Everton to sign Kyle Walker-Peters in summer?
Everton are ready to make a move to sign Kyle Walker-Peters from Tottenham in the summer, if Spurs agree to let the 21-year-old full-back leave the club. The White Hart Lane outfit are said to have informed the player he can move on loan, but is still considered an important member of the club's squad for the future.
Kyle Walker-Peters, who has impressed when called upon this season, even grabbing three assists in one game, is being monitored by several top Premier League clubs and it is Everton who would like to sign the defender on a permanent basis.
Walker-Peters has played for England's youth squads at every level and is desperate for regular first-team action as he chases full international recognition.
The Edmonton born youngster is very highly rated by manager Mauricio Pochettino and Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is unlikely to let the defender leave for anything less than £15 million in the summer transfer window.
It is believed that Pochettino would prefer to loan Walker-Peters out to another Premier League team and that rival clubs such as West Ham are all interested in the player.