Tottenham Hotspur are in the running to sign Brentford goalkeeper David Raya.
That’s according to a recent report from 90min, who claim the Lilywhites have had the Spanish keeper on their shortlist for some time.
Raya, 27, is set to leave the Bees at the end of the season with leading transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reporting that a fee of around £35m (€40m) would be enough to prize him away from the Community Stadium.
And although likely to have several clubs trying to sign him once the transfer window opens next month, Spurs, who will be in need of a new number one ahead of Hugo Lloris’ likely exit, are viewed as a genuine destination for the 27-year-old.
With the Londoners still deciding who their next manager will be, as well as being in the process of hiring a new sporting director, there remains a lot of uncertainty, especially when it comes to transfer targets.
However, when it comes to Raya, regardless of which club end up sealing his signature, already touted as one of the Premier League’s most commanding shot-stoppers, the future certainly looks bright for the former Blackburn keeper.
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