Manchester City fullback Kyle Walker would be interested in joining Sheffield United, according to 90min.com.
The website claims that a return to Bramall Lane would “appeal” to the England international, who originally left the Yorkshire club to join Tottenham in 2009.
Walker has just over twelve months left on his contract at City but his game time has been reduced in recent weeks and there is speculation that he could be allowed to leave the Etihad at the end of the season.
90min claim that the Blades “would love” to have the defender back at the club and, with Paul Heckingbottom’s side now closing in on promotion, a deal is looking more realistic financially.
It should be pointed out, though, that Walker won’t be forced out of City. They are content for him to run down his contract and it’s probably still likelier that the right-back will move on a free in 2024 rather than seek a transfer this summer.
Walker came through the youth academy at United, having been born in Sheffield, but he only made two appearances for his hometown club before his departure to Spurs.