Everton are considering selling Jordan Pickford and Tottenham Hotspur are interested in the England goalkeeper, according to the Sun.
Pickford emerged as England’s first-choice goalkeeper at the World Cup last summer but his form has been somewhat inconsistent for Everton this season.
The 25-year-old was punished by his club after allegedly being involved in a brawl in Sunderland last week.
However, Pickford retained his place in the side and kept a clean sheet in a 1-0 win over Arsenal at Goodison Park on Sunday, a result that could help Spurs in the battle for Champions League qualification.
And the Sun claims Tottenham will be interested in taking Pickford if Everton make him available this summer.
It is believed the Toffees value the former Sunderland star at around £50 million, so Spurs would have to break their transfer record to sign him.
The Londoners are likely to be looking at potential long-term successors for Hugo Lloris, who remains club captain but has made a number of high-profile mistakes over the last couple of years.