Tottenham Hotspur are gearing up for their Champions League with Red Star Belgrade.

Kyle Walker-Peters was once again a participant in Tottenham training, two days after being overlooked for the Premier League matchday squad.

The 22-year-old hadn’t even made the bench for Tottenham’s home tie with Watford, for the second week in a row. His return to action against Colchester didn’t go as planned and he has not featured since.

The right-back began the season in the starting line up for Spurs, only to lose his place, and then suffer an injury.  

Serge Aurier has continued at right-back despite poor form, and last week The Sun reported Walker-Peters could be loaned to Crystal Palace.

The most significant development from Tottenham’s training session may have been the participation of new signings Giovani Lo Celso and Ryan Sessegnon.

The summer signings have both been missing time due to injury, but they give Spurs hope that their form can improve.

Tottenham have a big decision to make whether to  start either of them against Red Star Belgrade.

An ideal situation would be to have them on the bench, see the starters tie the game up or get into a lead, and then bring them on.

Spurs have some tough fixtures coming up, with away games against Everton and Liverpool. Getting both players in as viable options for those games would be a big boost.

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