Exactly. He's just not good enough for us. And this has nothing to do with his football ability - he's just not physically developed enough to cope with men's football.Not sure why the sadness at losing KWP - he's just not good enough for a club with CL ambitions.
Probably a solid pro for a mid-table or lower table side (like Andros Townsend) but nothing more, Neither Poch or JM seemed to trust him. Says it all
From Alasdair Goldfootball.london understands that Walker-Peters would only be allowed to leave if a replacement can be brought in and the preference would be to add another British player to prevent the club from falling into similar issues to previous campaigns when Pochettino had too many foreign players to fit into their Champions League squad.
Norwich City right-back Max Aarons would fit the bill and is a player Spurs have looked closely at over the past 18 months. The 20-year-old would not come cheap though and could prove difficult to prise away from the relegation battlers in mid-season without a bid of more than £30million.