Lock-out looming for Serge Aurier as Spurs consider selling Ivorian

Lock-out looming for Serge Aurier as Tottenham eye new right-back in the transfer window to leave the Ivorian’s future in doubt… after he was caught breaching government’s regulations for a SECOND time

  • Tottenham are considering their options as they look to buy a new right back
  • Serge Aurier has courted controversy and his position at Spurs is not secure
  • Kyle Walker-Peters is also out of favour and Spurs admire Norwich’s Max Aarons
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Tottenham will be on the lookout for a new right-back in the next transfer window leaving Serge Aurier’s future in doubt.

Aurier courted controversy on Tuesday by breaching the government’s lockdown regulations for a second time during the coronavirus pandemic to train alongside teammate Moussa Sissoko.

The pair were forced to issue a joint apology and make a donation to the NHS after ignoring the social distancing guidelines.

Tottenham may decide to sell Serge Aurier in a bid to strengthen their right-back options

Aurier (L) and Moussa Sissoko flouted social distancing regulations in a training video

Aurier, 27, has been a near ever-present for Jose Mourinho, only failing to feature in Spurs’s Champions League dead rubber at Bayern Munich and FA Cup tie at Middlesbrough since the Portuguese manager’s appointment in November.

But Spurs, long-term admirers of Norwich’s Max Aarons, remain keen to strengthen his position if they can move one of their current right-backs on.

That leaves Aurier vulnerable along with Kyle Walker-Peters, the only other natural first-team right-back currently on their books.

The latter is currently on loan at Southampton until the end of the season though the south coast club do not have an option to make the move permanent.

Spurs have been monitoring the progress of Norwich City right-back Max Aarons

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