Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is ready to stick with right-back Kyle Walker, despite the Englishman being caught breaching lockdown regulations.
Walker hit the headlines after reports emerged stating that he had invited two women to his flat, something which he quickly apologised for, before he was then spotted travelling to Yorkshire to visit family.
City publicly condemned the first incident but let him off for the second, although they confirmed that disciplinary proceedings would be opened against Walker, prompting rumours that they could choose to cut ties with him this summer. However, according to Metro, that's not the case.
Guardiola is not thought to have any problem with Walker and is banking on keeping the Englishman at the Etihad Stadium next season.
The arrival of João Cancelo last summer was seen as a real test for Walker, but he passed with flying colours and restricted the Portugal international to just 11 Premier League appearances - so few that Cancelo has even been tipped to leave.
City are willing to listen to offers for the former Juventus man, having grown frustrated with his 'constant complaining'.
The boss still has plenty of faith in Walker, who he believes still has two or three years left at the highest level, and there's also the fact that the 29-year-old helps City in their quest to meet the Premier League's homegrown quota.
To date, Walker has racked up 130 appearances for City since leaving Tottenham Hotspur in 2017 and has been a core part of both his side's title victories in that time. Now, it looks like he might have the chance to win a few more trophies before his time at the Etihad comes to a close.
Source : 90min