Talk of Spurs moving for former centre half Steven Caulker at the end of this transfer window is nothing new although some areas of the media are now adamant that Tottenham’s buy back clause isn’t a myth.
According to those reports, we have the option to take the England international back to White Hart Lane now that Cardiff’s relegation has been rubber stamped and it will be interesting to see how this story develops.
A move for goalkeeper David Marshall has also been mentioned in the past but predictably, those rumours are gathering pace now that the Bluebirds have dropped into the second tier. The 29 year old Scottish International performed heroically against us at the start of the season and was almost as impressive at White Hart Lane in the return.
Marshall coming to Spurs might suggest the end for Hugo Lloris and if that was the case, you’d have to question whether the Scot was a good enough replacement. Alternatively, we may need a back up to Hugo if Brad Friedel finally decides to retire and if that proves to be true, Cardiff’s man is unlikely to be happy with a bench warming role after five seasons as first choice for his current employers.