Tottenham are exhibiting interest in Fenerbahce goalkeeper Altay Bayindir alongside a host of European golf equipment, a report has claimed.
Goalkeeping has confirmed to be one of many sections Spurs hasn’t needed to fear about for some time.
Hugo Lloris, one of many membership’s longest serving players, continues to serve because the membership’s undisputed No.1. Nevertheless, he shall be 35 in December and his contract expires in the summertime of 2022.
Spurs introduced Joe Hart in for a backup alongside Paulo Gazzaniga last summer time, however in keeping with Fanatik, the north London membership have their eyes on Bayindir.
The 22-year-old signed for Fenerbahce in 2019 and instantly took on the mantle because the membership’s first-choice stopper.
The truth is, he played 32 top-flight video games, dropping just two all through the season and conserving 5 clear sheets.
This season, in the meantime, Bayindir has continued its key presence, showing in all however one league sport to date. As such, Fanatik notes that the Turkish-born stopper made a ‘fantastic contribution’.
What’s extra, his kind since shifting throughout his home country has attracted membership consideration.
Spurs are keen and may give Ajax his switch. Doing so could be a blow to the Dutch giants, who’ve lost Andre Onana to a year-long docking suspension.
Nonetheless, Lille, Schalke and Werder Bremen are additionally within the race.
Enson Haber, in the meantime, provides that Fenerbahce would demand € 20million (£ 17.4million) for Bayindir’s sale.
The goalkeeper’s contract expires in the summertime of 2023.
Spurs face Mourinho’s sack problem
Elsewhere, Spurs are due to be reluctant to make a decision on Jose Mourinho’s managerial future earlier than the end of the season.
A stressed-out Portuguese boss follows his side sliding down the table since earlier than Christmas.
Nevertheless, along with the potential for his trophy drought to be damaged in April, Spurs bosses have deeper monetary issues about eliminating Mourinho too soon.