One player whom Spurs must offer a first-team role during the upcoming season is Kyle Walker-Peters. The Lilywhites have rejected offers from Premier League clubs for the player. Walker-Peters had been linked with potential moves to Crystal Palace as a replacement for Aaron Wan Bissaka and to Brighton as a potential replacement for Bruno who retired this summer.
Walker-Peters is currently the only specialist right-back in Spurs squad following the departure of Kieran Trippier to Atletico Madrid and there is a chance that he may start the Lilywhites Premier League opener against Aston Villa on August 10. Serge Aurier is also a right-back but has yet to return to the Spurs first-team after having taken part in the African Cup of Nations.
Juan Foyth is capable of playing as a right-back but is suspended for the first two games of next season.