Manchester City are still £10m short of Tottenham’s valuation of defender Kyle Walker, according to reports.
The England right-back wants to leave Spurs for City, who will double his £70,000-a-week wages, but City – according to the Evening Standard – have so far stalled at £40m.
Walker’s transfer is still expected to go ahead, but the Standard say ‘it may take until close the end of the transfer window to complete a deal’.
City currently have no right-backs after releasing Bacary Sagna and Pablo Zabaleta, and failing to sign Dani Alves from Juventus.
Tottenham are said to be willing to sell Walker – who is now ‘uncertain about his future’ – but will stand firm on Eric Dier, a £50m target for Manchester United.