Swansea are reportedly hoping to sign Tottenham defender Kyle Walker-Peters on loan during the winter transfer window.
Spurs are said to be willing to allow the youngster to leave the club on loan for the duration of the second half of the season in order to gain more experience.
Paul Clement is interested in bringing Walker-Peters to his side to provide competition for Kyle Naughton at right-back.
Walker-Peters had to provide cover for Kieran Trippier during Spurs first Premier League match of the season and performed a sterling job, winning the man of the match award.
He also played during his clubs EFL Cup victory over Barnsley and came off the bench against Huddersfield for eight minutes.
Walker-Peters is regarded as a superb young up and coming talent. It may be mutually beneficial for both clubs if a loan takes place.
It will allow the player to get experience which will serve Spurs well going into the future. It will also add to the depth of the Swans team who look like they could be set for yet another relegation battle.