Tottenham Hotspur full-back Kyle Walker-Peters has been linked with a loan move to Crystal Palace.
Both Palace and Bundesliga side RB Leipzig tried to sign the full-back last summer, but, having just sold Kieran Trippier to Atlético Madrid, Spurs decided not to sanction the move. He then began the season as first choice right back and started the first three league games of the season for them, but has not featured in the League since suffering a hamstring strain against Newcastle United, with Serge Aurier preferred in his place.
Since Jose Mourinho took over at White Hart Lane, he has made just one appearance, in their Champions League defeat away at Bayern Munich.
Now he will be allowed to join Palace on loan for the rest of the season from the start of next week, with the South London club still looking for a replacement for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who they sold to Manchester United in the summer.
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