Kyle Walker-Peters continues to gather admirers from around the PL in the summer transfer window especially from Arsenal.
Arsenal and Man United are closely monitoring the situation of England international at Southampton ahead of the 2022/23 campaign.
Walker-Peters is a Tottenham academy product and made his debut for the Spurs nearly half a decade ago.
However, Kyle struggled to establish a foothold in the first-team setup at Tottenham before joining the Saints for the second half of the 2019/20 campaign.
The 25-year-old defender was impressive during his loan stint, compelling the Saints to sign him permanently two years ago.
And the English right-back has gone from strength to strength since then, establishing himself as one of the best defenders in the PL.
The Englishman’s progress has now captured the attention of Arsenal and Man United.
Arsenal signed Takehiro Tomiyasu to strengthen the defender berth last summer, with the Japanese right-back immediately establishing himself as the first-choice defender.
But with Bellerin keen on leaving permanently, the Gunners will need to bring in a top-class replacement.
Kyle has thus emerged as a viable target for the Gunners, who can utilise Takehiro Tomiyasu and the defender efficiently in a long and gruelling campaign.
In order tpsign Kyle, The Gunners need to fend off stiff competition from Man United to land the Englishman in the summer transfer window.
Apart from Arsenal and Man United, Kyle Walker-Peters is also a target for Everton this summer.
Kyle Walker-Peters is set to replace outoing Hector Bellerin who is considering an exit out of the Emirates Stadium.