Tottenham Hotspur is in the mood to decide on a successor to Hugo Lloris (36), who is leaving as he marks the end of his 11-year partnership at the end of this season. They plan to recruit David Raya (27, Brentford), who is recording the most saves in the English Premier League (EPL) this season.

Multiple media outlets such as the UK’s ‘Evening Standard’ and ‘Daily Mail’ said on the 23rd (Korean time), “Tottenham is looking for a new goalkeeper to replace Lloris, who is scheduled to leave this summer.” “We are considering it as a ranking,” they said in unison.안전놀이터

Tottenham will part ways with Lloris at the end of this season. The initial contract period is until next summer, but the common view among transfer experts is that they mutually agreed to end the partnership this summer. Already, weight is being put on the side of leaving, with a huge salary offer from Saudi Arabia.

With Lloris gone, Tottenham must find a new keeper during the upcoming summer transfer window. Fraser Foster (35) is also not young, and he needs a clear No. 1 as he is effectively a backup goalkeeper. As a result, the names of several goalkeepers have been up and down since last month, and it seems that Raya was finally dropped.

Tottenham is especially active because Raya’s contract with Brentford is until June 2024, but she has repeatedly rejected offers of a renewal contract that have continued since last year and is determined to take on a new challenge. In fact, even in the local area, leaving this summer is expressed as ‘definitely’.

Not only that, but Tottenham, who has many goals, is positively evaluating Raya as the goalkeeper with the most saves in the EPL this season. In fact, he is in first place with 152 saves, and as he finished 11 games without a goal (clean sheet), he is ranked 5th in that category.

Tottenham, however, is likely to face difficulties in negotiating the transfer fee. According to reports, Brentford is sticking to 40 million euros (about 65.4 billion won), while they want to negotiate at the level of 20 million pounds (about 32.7 billion won) in a plan not to invest a lot of transfer fees in the process of signing a goalkeeper. are doing

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