‘EPL saves leader’ Soumoune ‘tipped’ to succeed Joris

Tottenham Hotspur are in the process of identifying a successor to Hugo Lloris, 36, who is leaving the club at the end of the season after 11 years with 토토사이트 the club. The club is planning to sign David Lallana (27, Brentford), who has the most saves in the English Premier League (EPL) this season.

“Tottenham are looking for a new goalkeeper to replace Yoris, who is set to leave this summer,” the Evening Standard, the Daily Mail, and other media outlets in the U.K. reported on Wednesday (Aug. 23), adding that Laya is considered a “top priority” based on current developments.

Tottenham will part ways with Yoris at the end of the season. Although his contract runs until next summer, the general consensus among transfer experts is that the pair have mutually agreed to end their association this summer. He’s already been linked with a big-money offer from Saudi Arabia, so he’s clearly leaning towards a move away.

With the departure of Joris, Tottenham will need to find a new goalkeeper in the upcoming summer transfer window. Fraser Forster, 35, is not getting any younger and is a de facto backup goalkeeper, so a clear No. 1 is needed. A number of goalkeepers have been linked with the club over the last month, but it looks like they’ve finally settled on Laya.

Tottenham are particularly keen on Lallana because he is under contract with Brentford until June 2024, but has repeatedly rejected offers to renew his contract since last year and has made up his mind that he wants a new challenge. In fact, local reports suggest he is “certain” to leave this summer.

Not only that, but Laya has been the most prolific goalkeeper in the EPL this season, which is a positive for the goal-scoring Spurs. In fact, he leads the league in saves with 152 and is fifth in that category with 11 clean sheets.

However, Tottenham are likely to face difficulties in the transfer talks. According to reports, they are looking to negotiate around the £20 million mark as they plan to avoid spending a lot of money on a goalkeeper, while Brentford are sticking to the €40 million mark.

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