Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly willing to consider offers for defender Kyle Walker following the arrival of Kieran Trippier from Burnley.

According to the Daily Mail, Daniel Levy is willing to let the injury-prone right-back leave the club following his struggles last campaign, which saw him make just 21 appearances in all competitions for the club.

Walker joined Spurs from Sheffield United in 2009 and after a couple of loan spells away from White Hart Lane, he broke into the first-team and established himself as a regular starter with some impressive performances as right-back.

The 25-year-old defender was also seen as the long-term replacement for Glen Johnson in the England team earning 11 caps and making the position his own until his hip injury sidelined him over six months at the end of the 2013/14 campaign, which saw him miss the first half of last season as well.

Walker has failed to make an appearance in the Three Lions shirt since 2013 with manager Roy Hodgson preferring Phil Jones or Nathaniel Clyne over the Spurs defender.

Manchester United have shown interest in signing the defender, report the Mirror, who suggest that Louis van Gaal was planning a move for Walker, but was put off by the hefty price demanded by the north London club.

Tottenham were said to have demanded a fee of around £20m ($31.7m) for the defender, but in light of his injury troubles, the report claims that Levy will be open to lowering the fee in order to offload the defender.

The Red Devils along with Liverpool and West Ham United are in the market for a right-back and could make a move during the summer. But the former two are also vying for Nathaniel Clyne, who will be available if they can match Southampton's £15m ($23.8m) valuation of the player.