Tottenham goalkeeper Michel Vorm has been offered to Leeds United, according to reliable Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Phil Hay.
Vorm joined Spurs from Swansea City in the summer of 2014 and is out of contract at the end of this season.
Paulo Gazzaniga has taken over as Tottenham’s new second-choice goalkeeper, making Vorm surplus to requirements – it is highly unlikely he will extend his contract.
The 35-year-old hasn’t been linked with a transfer this month, until now.
Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Phil Hay, who is usually spot on when it comes to anything Leeds United-related, believes Vorm has been offered to the Championship club.
Speaking on the Inside Elland Road podcast – as relayed by This is Futbol – Hay revealed Leeds are keen to sign Newcastle United goalkeeper Karl Darlow this month.
If they are unable to get Darlow, the Yorkshire club could move for Vorm after Spurs offered the Dutchman to Leeds.
If Vorm leaves this month, it will be interesting to see whether Mauricio Pochettino targets a new goalkeeper in the current transfer window.
It’s always a good idea to have three capable goalkeepers in the senior squad.