Plenty of Tottenham Hotspur fans have discussed Alasdair Gold‘s post on goalkeepers as he shared his thoughts on current and potential future players between the sticks for the north London club.
The Football.London journalist first discussed who he thinks will be moving on from the Lilywhites once the new season begins, with Michel Vorm, Brandon Austin and Alfie Whiteman amongst the names.
He then talked about who he thinks will be sticking around, as the writer states that Hugo Lloris and Paulo Gazzaniga are likely to stay with Spurs beyond this campaign.
As an added bonus, Gold also gave his thoughts on who could be coming in. As somebody to potentially challenge Lloris, Andre Onana was mentioned, and in terms of a back-up in case Vorm leaves, Joe Hart, John Ruddy and Ben Foster were analysed.
Perhaps the name that jumps out the most is Onana, and given that Lloris is 33, Spurs may want to think about his next successor.
The Ajax man has kept 15 clean sheets and conceded 37 goals in 39 appearances in all competitions, according to Transfermarkt.
These THFC supporters discussed Gold’s article:
Onana cant be on jose radar.he always has a commanding keeper. Lloris and onana arent good enough.onana would be found out in prem
— Lee Watson (@lee41watson) April 17, 2020
“Steve Hitchen’s expertise”? 🤣. N’Jie, N’Koudou, Aurier? Poor signing after poor signing
— Marc Karbaron (@Karbs1961) April 17, 2020
Onana is a good keeper, but not better than Hugo IMO
— Scott Sweeney (@Scott_Sweeney) April 17, 2020
If next season happens.
— Michael helbrow (@79Blakey) April 17, 2020
That keeper is not an option, only a liability.
— Castle Rock Brit (@CastleRockBrit) April 17, 2020
— WHLParkLane (@Craig_Spur) April 17, 2020
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