As we all know, Hugo Lloris, for all his good performances for Tottenham and France, isn’t getting any younger.
His contract at Spurs expires in 2022, meaning that, sooner rather than later, a replacement is going to be needed.
Various names have circulated, with Mike Maignan one of the more recurring ones before his move to Milan was made official as Gianluigi Donnarumma’s successor.
The arrival of Fabio Paratici at the helm also saw the aforementioned Italian linked, but he chose Paris Saint-Germain above other suitors.
That has left Tottenham looking at other names, with Viola News in Italy claiming the Premier League side have ‘asked for information’ about Bartlomiej Dragowski, currently at Fiorentina, ‘in recent weeks’.
The 23-year-old Pole has been a target for many English clubs in the past, and that hasn’t changed, with Wolverhampton Wanderers, Southampton and West Ham all joining Spurs in the queue for the goalkeeper.
Down their end, Fiorentina have been offered Mattia Perin, who, while not an active target right this minute, could become a viable alternative if the right offer is made for Dragowski.