Tottenham Hotspur full-back Kyle Walker has dropped a huge hint that his time at the White Hart Lane has come to an end.
The English international is easily one of the best right-backs in the league, and has been the first choice for club and country for some time now. He suits Pochettino’s style pretty well, and stands as one of the most productive defenders in Europe this season.
However, he is unsettled at the London club at the moment after reports of a bust-up with the coach, and this has seen him linked with an exit this summer.
The likes of Manchester United and Manchester City are desperate for his signature, but Walker is contracted with Spurs till 2020, and this has many believing that he will stay in London for a foreseeable future. However, his latest Instagram post says otherwise.
The English defender put together a montage of posts that end up spelling out the words ‘Thank You’ in giant letters on his personal Instagram account, in what appears to be a confirmation of his exit from the White Hart Lane.
Here is the post:
Kyle walker is either a massive yid or this is a goodbye pic.twitter.com/yZKQvy7Xbj
— Luke (@Dierbolic) May 25, 2017
The 26-year old joined the club more than eight years ago, and has made more than 220 senior appearances for the club on his way to establishing himself as the best in the league.
Some reports suggest that Chelsea and Bayern Munich are also interested in his signature, and with so much demand around England and Europe, Spurs are unlikely to let him leave on the cheap, especially with the number of years he has left on his current contract.
Spurs signed him for just £5m in 2009, and will sell him for nothing less than £40m, representing a huge profit on his deal.
Where do you think Walker will play next season?
Written by Aakarsh Bommakanti
A scholar in Cricket, an amateur in Football, a fanatic of both. Striving to learn by the day and writing to get closer to his first love, Liverpool Football Club. Work also featured by the4thofficial, Soccersouls, Sportswiki, Faceoffootball, Rousing the Kop.