For all his mistakes, and some players do go through bad patches, there’s never been talk of Mauricio Pochettino dropping Hugo Lloris.
After all, the France international is the club’s captain, and while he has blundered a few times this season, both on and off the pitch, he still remains, on his day, one of the better Premier League goalkeepers.
However, that doesn’t mean Spurs can’t look towards the future, especially with Lloris now 31, and Voetbal International in Holland believe one of their targets in that department is Ajax’s Andre Onana.
The 22-year-old has been the Eredivisie side’s starting goalkeeper for the past two seasons, and is currently in his third campaign in the role.
Highly regarded by his club, the Cameroon international was blocked from leaving in the summer, and that’s, according to the Dutch outlet, despite him stating he wants to make a step up in his career.
Marseille in Ligue 1 were said to be keen in the summer, and now Tottenham have joined the party.
As for what his role would be at Wembley, Voetbal International aren’t sure.
It would be either to directly replace Hugo Lloris, which seems unlikely, or he’d arrive as his backup, knowing the Frenchman won’t be retiring with Spurs, having recently let slip he ‘didn’t think’ he’d end his career with the club.
When that will happen, however, no one really knows.