Tottenham will have a very busy summer after finishing impressively second in the Premier League this season. As several teams have begun making moves to sign some of their best players. One such player is right back Kyle Walker.
The England full-back is the subject of transfer interest from several English and European sides after putting in some good performances this season.
Among his suitors, Manchester City was thought to be leading the race for his signature, but it now appears that they have serious competition from Chelsea.
The Blues boss managed to get some solid performances from the converted winger, Victor Moses this season but saw how important a solid backup is when the Blues lost their home league game to Crystal Palace with Moses missing out through injury.
Walker is currently not happy at White Hart Lane after falling out with Coach Mauricio Pochettino. That fallout became obvious when he missed the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea.
He currently earns around £70,000 per week, and a move to either Chelsea or Manchester City would see him double his wages.