A lot of Tottenham eyes are firmly focused on their goalkeeper Hugo Lloris right now, as he’s made a number of high-profile mistakes for club and country in the past year.
Spurs’ captain is a senior player at the club and has been a top player in the Premier League for a number of year, but some feel his levels have started to dip.
The 31-year-old has seen errors creep into his game far more frequently, but he still remains an excellent shot-stopper.
There would be no harm in manager Mauricio Pochettino looking further afield for a new goalkeeper and are set to lose Michel Vorm when his contract expires in the summer.
Should they consider casting their eye of Brighton ace Mat Ryan?
According to the Sun, goalkeeper Ryan is a shock target to replace David De Gea at Manchester United and they believe he can make the jump to a top-six club in England.
The Australia international has impressed since he joined Brighton from Valencia for £5million in 2017 and he’s done enough to attract United’s attention.
He is currently a goalkeeper in-form after keeping three consecutive clean sheets in the Premier League for Brighton and has shown he can perform in the division.
Spurs should consider keeping an eye out on his development throughout the season and he could well end up becoming a realistic target if his form continues.