Tottenham are lining-up two possible replacements for goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who has been linked with a reunion with Mauricio Pochettino.
Former Spurs manager Pochettino is set to be the new Paris Saint-Germain boss after more than a year out of the game.
Lloris joined Tottenham from Lyon in 2012 and is the club’s captain
Dele Alli has already been one player mentioned as a possible signing once Pochettino takes over PSG.
The Sun claim the Argentine also wants to sign goalkeeper Lloris as a replacement for 34-year-old Keylor Navas.
World Cup winner Lloris has just 18 months left on his contract and Tottenham may look to cash in while they can.
They are also said to be sounding out possible replacements and two names linked are West Broms Sam Johnstone and Manchester Uniteds Dean Henderson.
Johnstone has made more saves in the Premier League this season than any other goalkeeper and has impressed in the struggling side.
The 27-year-old is also entering the final 18 months of his contract with the Baggies.
Sam Johnstone has made 64 saves in the Premier League this season
Henderson has struggled for game time this season, but starred on loan at Sheffield United for two years
Henderson has struggled to displace Uniteds No.1 goalkeeper David De Gea following his return from two years on loan at Sheffield United.
He has made three Premier League appearances but failed to keep clean sheets against Southampton, West Ham and Sheffield United.
However, he remains highly rated and the 23-year-old is being tipped as a future England no.1, having recently made his Three Lions debut.