Swansea City have launched an offer for Tottenham Hotspur defender Kyle Naughton

Kyle Naughton in pre-season action for Spurs in the USA. Picture: Action Images

Kyle Naughton in pre-season action for Spurs in the USA. Picture: Action Images

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The player trading between Tottenham Hotspur and Swansea City looks set to continue after the Swans launched an offer for Kyle Naughton, according to the Daily Mail.

Naughton, 25, has never established himself as a regular at White Hart Lane, despite making 34 league and cup appearances last season.

The versatile full-back joined Spurs from Sheffield United - along with Kyle Walker - in 2009 but has made just 32 Premier League starts since and had to wait until 2012 for his first top-flight start for the club.

Loan spells at Leicester City, Middlesbrough and Norwich City have broken up Naughton's five-year stay with the Lilywhites but a move away now appears inevitable following the addition of Ben Davies from Swansea.

It is understood the South Wales outfit have made an opening offer of £5m for the former England Under-21 cap.

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