According to a report by transfer guru and reliable source Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham Hotspur and chairman Daniel Levy ‘will’ make a decision regarding the goalkeeping department at the end of the season – with club mainstay Hugo Lloris ‘waiting’.
Tottenham set for goalkeeping decision
Some suggestions have also emerged recently that Pochettino could mount a swoop for the Tottenham shot stopper (Football Insider), with his future up in the air as he becomes touted as one of the players who could make way.
As well as Lloris, the likes of Serge Aurier, Dele Alli, Harry Winks and Erik Lamela have been mentioned as nominees for possible summer exits (The Daily Mail).
Now, Romano brings the latest on Lloris and Spurs’ goalkeeping situation, with the Italian explaining that Levy is set for a potentially big decision on the matter at the end of 2020/2021.
“Tottenham will take a decision regarding the goalkeeper situation at the end of the season,” explained the journalist on Twitter.
“Lloris is waiting and nothing has been decided.
“Despite some rumours, Wojciech Szczesny has *never* been an option. No talks with Juventus, no contacts with his agent. No chance.”
Transfer Tavern take
If Lloris does leave this summer, there are no shortage of goalkeeping candidates.
Of all the names that have been linked with a move to north London, we believe Dean Henderson stands out despite his lack of game time for Manchester United overall this season.
This is all dependent on Levy’s call, however, with an interesting decision now awaiting.
In other news: Tottenham could hold a meeting with this ‘extraordinary’ boss next week, find out more here.
Click here to comment on this articleor
Give us feedback on your Football Transfer Tavern experience