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Spurs eye move for PSV Eindhoven defender Santiago Arias - sources

Tottenham Hotspur are considering a move for PSV Eindhoven defender Santiago Arias as they continue their search for a new right-back, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

Spurs have been linked with a number of right-backs as they search for a replacement for Kyle Walker, who has joined Manchester City, but have yet to bring in a new defender.

Colombia international Arias is on their list after catching the eye for both club and country.

Arias was a regular for PSV last season, making 31 appearances in all competitions, and has Champions League experience.

He has been linked with a move to the Premier League in the past, with West Ham United, Liverpool and Swansea all reported to have had an interest.

Arias is entering the final two years of his contract at PSV, and has previously indicated that he would be interested in moving to England.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has yet to add to his squad this summer and gave Kyle Walker-Peters a debut at right-back at Newcastle last weekend in the absence of the injured Kieran Trippier.

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