Hugo Lloris’ time at Tottenham will, sooner rather than later, come to an end, and the 34-year-old’s position has been subject to gentle scrutiny over the past few seasons. That said, the club’s backup keeper Gollini has made 9 appearances to date and conceded 9 goals, which is a long way from encouraging. In fact, unless Gollini improves, an upgrade would be wise, even if Lloris were to stay on for longer in North London.
Mail online among many believe that Spurs could be interested in a home-grown goalie, and one leading candidate might be West Bromwich Albion’s Sam Johnstone. The 28-year-old might cost in the region of £8 million, according to Wyscout (£).
I take a view that Gollini was inexpensive and instils zero confidence in me. Perhaps his best years are ahead of him, who knows. What I would like is for Spurs to focus on this area and actually snap up a pair of fresh keepers by the time Hugo has handed in his armband.