Loads of Tottenham fans have been reacting to yet another transfer link ahead of the summer window, as the club are reportedly eyeing a move for Lazio shot-stopper Thomas Strakosha.
According to reports in Italy, via The Leicester Mercury, both Tottenham and Leicester City are eyeing the Albania international as a replacement for their ageing goalkeepers. Kasper Schmeichel will turn 34 in November, while Hugo Lloris also turns 34 on Boxing Day of this year.
Lloris has been in and out of the team in the last couple of seasons due to an injured arm and some impressive moments from Paulo Gazzaniga, and Strakosha could be a smart long-term replacement. At just 24 years of age, the 10-cap man has become one of the best goalkeepers in Serie A, so much so that the report claims Lazio want to double his wages to try to keep him at the club.
Valued at £22.5m by Transfermarkt, his current contract expires in the summer of 2022, and plenty of Spurs fans have been weighing in on the latest links. Check out what they’ve been saying down below, where the reactions seem fairly mixed…
wouldn’t be bad
— Mark 🇭🇺 (@thfcmarkk) March 13, 2020
I do not trust Spurs to get it right in finding the right keeper, the right CB, the right RB, the right LB, the right no 6, the right striker, the right left footed foward………………………..Because we have a current setup who handpicked Ndombele and paid 60m for him!!
— David Williams (@DavidWilliamsDK) March 13, 2020
Decent player on Football Manager Lol
— grizz (@HoGrizz) March 13, 2020
Properly the “cheapest” best keeper from the top 5 leagues we could get this summer. Would almost deem it a must cause lloris has developed butterhands with age
— Casper Bo Larsen (@CasperLarsen09) March 13, 2020
YES PLEASE HOLY
— OJE🇩🇿(Cowboy Bebop szn) (@LordTanganga) March 13, 2020
He’s made as many howlers as Lloris. No thanks.
— Goy Division (@GoyDivision_) March 13, 2020
— Tøm (@TomCOYS) March 13, 2020
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