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.