Tottenham are reportedly open to offers for right back Kyle Walker.
Trippier, 24, arrived from recently relegated Burnley on Friday, with the former Manchester City prodigy penning a five-year contract at White Hart Lane.
Trippier will now be competing for a starting role under Mauricio Pochettino next season, with Walker expected to be his main competition.
However, the Daily Mail believe that Tottenham are open to offers for England international Walker, who has suffered heavily with injuries over the past year.
The 25-year-old is now viewed as undependable for Spurs, and the report suggests that chairman Daniel Levy could look to cash in on Walker now before his value drops any more.
The report also states that DeAndre Yedlin could also be pushed down the pecking order, with a loan deal possibly in the works for the United States international.
Walker - should he stay or should he go?
Walker has been a regular in the Tottenham first team over the last four years, justifying why Tottenham were so keen to prise him away from Sheffield United.
This past year has been tough for Walker, and whilst fans may still have some reservations over his defensive capabilities, he is still one of the better right backs in the Premier League - so rather than actively look to sell Walker, Tottenham should simply let him compete with Trippier and only sell if a huge offer arrives.