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Report: Tottenham and Wolves battling it out for Serie A ace with 'great potential'; played 36 times in big-five league

Tottenham Hotspur are interested in transfer for Bartlomiej Dragowski, according to Viola News.

Along with West Ham, the Premier League duo have contacted Fiorentina over a move for the Poland international.

It is being claimed that Juventus ace Mathias Perin has been proposed to the Viola. The Old Lady ace is looking for a new club after spending last season on loan with Genoa.

Meanwhile, with Hugo Lloris reaching 35 years of age, Spurs should be looking for a new player between the sticks.

The Lilywhites attempted to sign Gianluigi Donnarumma, however, he’s PSG-bound.


Meanwhile, Wolves ace Rui Patricio has been linked with a move to AS Roma.

Polish legend Jan Tomaszewski labelled the ace a ‘great potential’.

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TBR View: Dragowski transfer would make great sense for Tottenham, Wolves and West Ham

Lloris has been a faithful part of Tottenham since 2012, however, a move from Dragowski makes perfect sense.

The France international can’t continue forever, and at the age of 34 is beyond his best years.

Preparing for the future is paramount for the north London giants, who could use the Pole. He’s been in brilliant form for the Serie A outfit and kept eight clean sheets last season.

Meanwhile, the Midlanders face a completely different scenario.

The speculation regarding Patricio’s future is increasing day-by-day with a move to Roma likely.

Dragowski could act as a perfect replacement for the veteran Portuguese ace.

His age and ability means he would add years of quality performances whilst also retaining a high transfer value.

West Ham have their own unique situation between the sticks.

Lukas Fabianski is a capable ‘keeper and has been since his arrival from Swansea, but, there’s no back-up.

The Irons re-signed Darren Randolph last summer, however, he doesn’t have the sufficient quality.

And at 34-years-old, David Moyes could use a younger number two behind Fabianski.

All three clubs face tricky situations between the sticks, however, Tottenham’s and Wolves’ are far more desperate.

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