By Will Butcher
Tottenham defender Kyle Walker has attempted to sing the Champions League anthem ahead of his side’s continental encounter against Monaco.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side face the French giants on Wednesday night as they look to kick off their European campaign off to a flying start.
Tottenham’s posted a video of the England international singing the song on their official Twitter account, which is definitely deserving of cringeworthy status.
Despite having three years currently on his White Hart Lane contract, the former Sheffield United full-back is one of six players that could be about to sign a new long-term deal in North London, after Eric Dier and Christian Eriksen put pen to paper over the last week.
The 26-year-old speed merchant is set to start in Pochettino’s defence, as Spurs make only their second appearance in a Champions League campaign after reaching the quarter-finals in 2011/12.
Tottenham will be playing their home games at Wembley instead of White Hart Lane in the continental competition, as they look to draw more fans in to watch their European campaign.
Since signing for Spurs seven years ago for around £9million along with Kyle Naughton, Walker has made six games shy of 200 league and cup appearance for Tottenham, scoring four goals and adding 17 in assists.
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