Which Players Should Tottenham Keep or Sell?

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Kyle Walker

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When Kyle Walker is healthy, he’s one of the best right backs in the Premier League. The only problem is, he’s been dealing with injury these past two seasons.

For two seasons (2011-12 and 2012-13) the English international would appear in a total of 73 league games out of 76 games, missing only three as an unused substitute. On February 23, 2014 Walker’s injury problems would start. He would end last season injured and start the 2014-15 season recovering from said injury.

He wouldn’t return until December 14, 2014 — almost five months since the season began (August 16, 2014). Once he returned, Kyle Walker was only able to appear in 15 league games but once again, end the season injured. There’s a good chance he’ll begin the 2015-16 injured — or he might actually be healthy.

Following the signing of DeAndre Yedlin and Kieran Trippier plus Kyle Walker’s recent injuries (39 games missed), his time with Tottenham could be over.

Verdict: Sold

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