Wolverhampton Wanderers are close to signing former Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Thimothée Lo-Tutala, according to reports from France.

L’Equipe journalist Loic Tanzi today writes that following the end of his contract with Spurs, the 19-year-old is ‘in advanced contact’ to join the Molineux side.

For now, there are no details on how long Lo-Tutala’s contract with Wolves will be, or how important his role will be in Bruno Lage’s squad.

The Frenchman, who also had spells in the West Ham United and Brentford academies, joined Tottenham back in 2016. There he was promoted through several youth ranks, but never really got the chance to be used by the first team.

Back in January, Lo-Tutala spoke to the French media and claimed he was ‘ready’ for first team football, and with Antonio Conte praising his potential, it even seemed like he could soon get a chance to be used by Spurs.

That opportunity never showed up, and as he looks for a new club this summer, it seems it’s Wolves who are making him an attractive offer.