Tottenham Hotspur right-back DeAndre Yedlin could reportedly be sent out on loan next season following the arrival of Kieran Trippier from Burnley in early June, according to the Mirror.
The USA international, who joined the north London club last summer from MLS side Seattle Sounders, but only arrived at White Hart Lane in January, has made just one league appearance for Spurs as he mainly focused on adapting to the Premier League.
The report claims that Bolton Wanderers are interested in taking the American on loan for the upcoming campaign, with the Championship side Derby also keen on signing the defender.
Yedlin could struggle to get regular game time next campaign, as Tottenham already have two established right-backs in Trippier and Kyle Walker, but the latter has been struggling with chronic injury troubles over the last couple of seasons making him a liability for the club.
The Daily Mail reports that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy could consider offers for Walker in the summer, after the defender missed most of the previous campaign through injury, which eventually cost him his place in the England team as well. This could give Yedlin the opportunity to prove his worth to manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The 21-year-old defender is hoping to come back fit and sharp from his summer holidays and believes that a good pre-season will put him on par with his teammates ahead of the 2015/16 campaign.
"Hopefully I'll come back [from holiday] fit and sharp," Yedlin said, as quoted by the Mirror.
"It will be good because hopefully I'll be at the same level as everyone else when we all come back rather than coming in midway through the campaign as I did last year," the United States defender added.