DeAndre Yedlin's time at Tottenham has been rather unremarkable since he joined in January of 2015. He's only made one appearance in a competitive match for Spurs and seems likely to leave the club this summer.
According to the Daily Mail, either Hull City or Derby County could possibly be the 23-year-old American's next club. The Mail claims that both Hull and Derby have interest in signing Yedlin and have each made bids, in the region of £3.5 million, for the defender.
Yedlin spent last season on loan at Sunderland after being deemed to be surplus to Mauricio Pochettino's squad at Spurs. He had his shaky moments defensively, but he showed improvement throughout the loan and ultimately was solid enough at right back to help them avoid relegation from the Premier League.
The Mail also claims in the article that DeAndre is "keen" to move on from Spurs, which is understandable.
Mauricio Pochettino included DeAndre on his tour of Australia, but it never seemed like he had a real shot of playing his way into Poch's plans. When Yedlin did see the pitch in preseason, it was at left back while Trippier was preferred at right back.
Sky Sports resident Tottenham soothsayer Lyall Thomas has also claimed that Spurs are working on finding a buyer for Yedlin.
@alexjb93 not at the moment matey. Working on outgoings: Yedlin, Bentaleb among them.— Lyall Thomas (@SkySportsLyall) August 14, 2016
It's always nice to see an American succeeding at Spurs, but that's not going to happen with Yedlin. There were questions about whether his move from Seattle Sounders to North London was more driven by marketing purposes than by footballing purposes, but that doesn't matter anymore. He's not a bad player, and he deserves to go to a club that will actually play him.
Hull City had an impressive win on the opening day of the season, but it's still hard to picture any end result other than relegation for them this season. Derby are always in the hunt for promotion from the Championship, but their playoff luck makes it seem like they're trapped in the second division.
Maybe they're not the most desirable locations for DeAndre, but he did just spend a year living in Sunderland. Let's hope wherever he goes he can get more of the playing time that he deserves and needs to develop as a player.