Harry Redknapp linked with move to bring in new right back to White Hart Lane.
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The Scotland full-back is rumoured to have clashed with the Tottenham boss in the dressing room immediately after the humiliating 4-0 FA Cup defeat at Fulham last month.
Hutton has not been selected since, although it is thought he was unavailable for some matches because of a groin problem.
It now looks likely the former Rangers man will leave White Hart Lane at the end of the season and, following his impressive form this term, there will be no shortage of clubs interested.
Juventus have been linked with the 26-year-old in recent weeks, while Aston Villa are also believed to be keen.
Media reports have suggested Redknapp will move to sign a new right-back in the summer, with Fenerbahce’s Gokhan Gonul apparently his top target.
However, the Times claimed the veteran boss plans to make Kyle Walker, currently on loan at Villa, his first choice next season and that Croatia international Vedran Corluka will follow Hutton out of White Hart Lane.
Tottenham appear to have lost patience with Scottish international Alan Hutton who appears to be on his way out at White Hart Lane with many sides interested in signing the 26 year old right back as Harry Redknapp sets his sights on experienced Turkish international Gokhan Gonul.
The 26 year old Fenerbache defender is out of contract at the end of the season and after four years at the Istanbul club the attack minded full back dubbed the “Turkish Cafu” is ready to leave Turkey with both Bayern Munich and Barcelona said to be interested in the talented wide man.
Kyle Walker, currently doing well on loan at Aston Villa and now part of Fabio Capello’s England set-up, is one for the future and Croatian international Vedran Corluka looks likely to be offloaded with the likes of Liverpool said to be interested.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is looking to Redknapp to sell before he spends this summer and there appears to be a fair bit of deadwood that the club could offload with the likes of David Bentley, Jamie O’Hara, Robbie Keane and Giovani all seemingly surplus to requirements.