Levy Demanding Too Much Could Keep Defender At Spurs

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Tottenham right-back Kyle Naughton could still be at Spurs by the end of the month, if Swansea think that the price Daniel Levy suggests to clubs interested in the Englishman is too much.

Swansea are believed to be one of the clubs interested in the right-back and Garry Monk is reportedly very keen to sign the Tottenham player.

Daniel Levy has asked for around £5m for the 26 year-old and this could potentially be too much for the clubs that are looking at dipping into the transfer market in order to sign Naughton.

QPR and Leicester have recently joined the race for Naughton, but neither would pay anywhere near what Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is asking for.

First team minutes could be few and far between for Naughton after January. The return of Kyle Walker has dropped Naughton down the pecking order, and the arrival of DeAndre Yedlin will drop him even further down the pecking order. The club could be prepared to cash-in, and will settle with Eric Dier as the third choice right-back.