Tottenham Hotspur star Kyle Walker believes his future lies away from White Hart Lane and is targeting a transfer in the summer.
The England international was left on the bench in his side's 2-0 victory over Arsenal in the north London derby on 30 April. Kieran Trippier was preferred ahead of him and it was not the first time the latter was selected ahead of the 26-year-old.
Mauricio Pochettino benched Walker and included Trippier in the starting XI in his side's FA Cup semi-final defeat to Chelsea at Wembley. According to the Independent, the pacey full-back has fallen out with his manager over fitness and selection.
The former Southampton boss has concerns over Walker's fitness, which leads to doubts whether he is in a position to play two big games in a week. The report claims that issues between the defender and Pochettino are long-running, leading the former Sheffield United player to believe that he should find a new club after the end of the season.
He signed a contract extension with his current employers earlier in the season, which will keep him at White Hart Lane until 2021. Walker earns £70,000 a week ($90,258 per week) and believes that he could double his wages, if he leaves Tottenham for either United or City.
Any move for the English defender from the Red Devils, City or the Catalan club will see them spend at least £35m ($45.1m). It should be seen whether Tottenham will sanction Walker's sale and potential suitors will have to deal with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, who is a tough negotiator when it comes to transfers.