Report: Tottenham could allow DeAndre Yedlin to leave on loan

Tottenham Hotspur will allow DeAndre Yedlin to move on loan should they sign Kieran Trippier from Burnley, reports suggest.

Tottenham Hotspur could allow DeAndre Yedlin to leave White Hart Lane on loan this summer, according to a report in the Daily Mail

Yedlin only arrived at Spurs in January, but Mauricio Pochettino reportedly feels he has a lot to learn before he is capable of playing a regular role in the first-team. 

Yedlin's only prior experience in professional football has been in MLS and he is making a big step-up by moving to Spurs.

As a result it seems Pochettino is keen for him to learn elsewhere and he will allow the USA international to move on a temporary basis should Spurs complete a deal for Kieran Trippier. 

Spurs have been impressed by Trippier's performances this season and they are hoping to land the full-back in the near future.

If they do, Pochettino will be satisfied by the cover that he has at right-back and Yedlin could be given the opportunity to move elsewhere.

It is thought that all three of the newly promoted clubs - Norwich City, Bournemouth and Watford - are keen on signing Yedlin, meaning he has plenty of options. 

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