Tottenham are tracking three goalkeepers this summer as they look to provide more reliable back-up for Hugo Lloris, according to the Daily Mail.
Lloris has been in fine form since the Premier League restart, quelling fears Spurs are in need of a replacement this summer when there are other positions that need urgent attention in the transfer market.
That said, Paulo Gazzaniga and Michel Vorm have both looked creaky this term when filling in for Lloris. And with Vorm set to leave when his contract expires at the end of the month, Spurs need a new goalkeeper to battle with Gazzaniga and keep Lloris on his toes.
The Mail believes Tottenham have identified three options. They are apparently most keen on Bournemouth’s Aaron Ramsdale, particularly if the Cherries are relegated to the Championship on Sunday. Watford’s Ben Foster and Fulham’s Marcus Bettinelli are said to be the alternatives.
Ramsdale, 22, would be the best signing of the bunch, but he might feel he has done enough to be a first-choice Premier League goalkeeper elsewhere next season.