MANCHESTER UNITED and Chelsea are interested in Southampton full-back Kyle Walker-Peters, according to reports.
Walker-Peters, 25, has impressed on the South Coast.
Walker-Peters’ contract situation has sparked interest from Man Utd, with the ex-Tottenham star listed as one of Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s potential replacements, should the player leave Old Trafford this month.
Wan-Bissaka has found himself down the pecking order under Erik ten Hag this season, with Portugal international Diogo Dalot preferred at right-back.
Chelsea are also keen on Walker-Peters, who could provide good cover for nailed on starter Reece James.
Fellow Three Lions star James has struggled with injuries in recent seasons, and has had a fresh setback following his recovery from a knee injury.
Chelsea are in a spending mood this month, already securing Benoit Badiashile, Andrey Santos, David Fofana and Joao Felix.
Atletico Madrid star Felix was the latest to walk through the doors at Stamford Bridge.
Felix has joined on loan for the remainder of the season, but there is NO option to make that deal permanent.
He will then return to Atletico in the summer, when boss Diego Simeone will then depart.
Spurs are another one of the “Big Six” holding an interest in the player – but it is unclear whether he’d return to North London.