Former Spur ‘didn’t have to think twice’ about joining new club this summer
Tottenham Hotspur took the decision to sell Kieran Trippier to Atletico Madrid in the last transfer window, with the English right-back hitting the ground running in Spain.
However, Pochettino and Levy failed to bring in a first-team replacement, leaving them to make do with what they already have at the club.
Academy graduate, Kyle Walker-Peters, played the first three Premier League games for the Lilywhites before picking up an injury.
Davinson Sanchez then filled in at right-back for a couple of games, although he looked far from comfortable away from his normal central defensive berth.
Serge Aurier came back into the starting XI in an impressive couple of games against Crystal Palace and Leicester, but then saw red in the Southampton ga...
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