Manchester City will spend £100m on full-backs - Kyle Walker first of many

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City will also take on Real Madrid at the L.A. Coliseum on the 26th and then Tottenham Hotspur, which should be very interesting for Kyle Walker, on the 29th in Nashville.

The Sky Blues have reportedly agreed to pay Spurs, an initial 45 million pounds, plus 5 million in payments across 12 months, with another 4 million, depending on Performances.

The deal for Walker is expected to now proceed in a timely manner as the England worldwide is understood to be scheduled for his medical examinations on Friday.

City have chased Walker since the end of last season with Bacary Sagna and Pablo Zabaleta leaving the club.

TheGamblingTimes.com revealed earlier this week that even after Alves's rejection - City were pushing ahead with their plans to sign four new full-backs this summer, two for each side.

Walker played 39 times in all competitions last season as Tottenham finished second in the Premier League - their highest top-flight finish since 1962/1963.

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Walker made 183 Premier League appearances for Spurs and he has won 27 England caps.

Tim Sherwood has told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, which was broadcast on TalkSPORT on 14th July, that Kieran Trippier is the biggest victor of Kyle Walker's move to Manchester City.

Some are questioning Spurs' decision to allow one of their starting XI stars to leave for a direct rival - with many suggesting it only signals to other clubs that their best players are up for sale.

Walker joined Tottenham from Sheffield United in 2009 and was sent out on loan for a couple of years before finally establishing himself as the first choice full-back.

The gesture commemorates the Manchester terrorist attack in May, after which both clubs came together to pledge £1 million to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

Talks have been held over a £22m move for Porto's Ricardo Pereira, but progress has been slow due to a dispute over who represents the player, while Bayer Leverkusen's Benjamin Henrichs has also been scouted.

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