Despite the wonderful season Tottenham Hotspur enjoyed for months upon months, they were unable to stop St. Totteringham’s Day and a 5-1 thumping to Newcastle United left a rather sour taste in the mouth.
The Spurs supporting locals in the Transfer Tavern are despondent after a dreadful end to the season, though the more optimistic bunch will point to the fact Champions League football is on the way next season.
While the North London club are swamped with transfer rumours centring around perhaps more established names, the hipster nature of manager Mauricio Pochettino would suggest they will look more under the radar for new talent.
According to the Sun, they are doing exactly that.
It is claimed that the Argentine has lined up a move for 18-year old goalkeeper Bartlomiej Dragowski as a potential long-term replacement for Hugo Llrois.
The French stopper is one of the best in the Premier League, though the options after him look a little light at White Hart Lane.
Pochettino reportedly wants to bring in an understudy to develop under the Les Blues custodian for the time being, before potentially being able to replace him in the future.
Dragowski currently plays for Jagiellonia Białystok in his homeland and has established himself as a first-team regular despite his tender age.
Is Michel Vorm good enough to act as a back up for Hugo Lloris?
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