According to The Sun on Sunday (print edition, page 63, January 12, 2020), Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy wants Kyle Walker-Peters to stay in the Premier League for the second half of the season amid interest from Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion.
The report has claimed that Spurs chairman Levy wants to make sure that the 22-year-old right-back plays in the Premier League so that his value remains high if he leaves the North London outfit at the end of the season.
Leaving Tottenham Hotspur on loan
Walker-Peters has made only a handful of appearances for the Tottenham first team so far in his career, and it does not look likely that he will be a regular under head coach Jose Mourinho in the coming weeks and months.
Joining Palace or Brighton on loan for the second half of the season would make sense, as the English youngster would get more playing time that he would at Spurs.
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