Lloris next season?…Tottenham target GK, “I’m happy with my team”

Tottenham Hotspur are struggling to find a replacement for Hugo Lloris.

Tottenham are looking for a replacement for Lloris. Lloris has been a regular goalkeeper for Tottenham for a long time. Lloris, who transferred to Tottenham in 2012 through OGC Nice and Olympique Lyonnais, was responsible for Tottenham’s last line with his steady performance and ability to save. He has also served as captain with outstanding leadership.

However, as the number of missing rooms has increased recently, names of replacements are being discussed. Lloris, who has been criticized for his poor footing ability compared to his ability to save, has been making a lot of mistakes this season. In the last game against Newcastle United, the absurd ball handling provided an excuse for conceding, and anxiety is doubling day by day.

In addition, in the recent north London derby game against Arsenal, Bukayo Saka’s shot fell behind and scored an own goal, and in the subsequent game against Manchester City, he allowed four goals in the second half and had to watch the team’s 2-4 come-from-behind defeat. It’s hard to be blamed for one fault of Lloris, but it’s hard to avoid responsibility. 메이저사이트

Candidates to replace Lloris include Everton’s Jordan Pickford and Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak. However, as long as Tottenham is not burdened, Brentford’s David Raya is in the limelight as a player who is playing in the Premier League and is good at the rear build-up that Conte is pursuing.

Raya is the protagonist of Brentford’s blast this season, and although she is 183 cm tall, her ability to step under her feet is considered her greatest strength. Born in 1995, he moved to Brentford from Blackburn Rovers in 2019 and is also a key player in Brentford’s promotion to the Premier League in the 2021-22 season.

But even this is unlikely to be easy. Brentford manager Thomas Frank opened his mouth about Raya’s interest in Tottenham and transfer rumors in the British media’West London Sport’. Director Frank said, “We want to keep Raya. Usually, I think it’s right to keep it when there are 2-3 years left in the contract with the team.”

The current contract period for Raya is until June 2024. As a result, coach Frank is also afraid of Brentford’s current key goalkeeper Raya going to another team. Coach Frank continued, “But in modern football, the transfer fee can soar to £30 million (approximately 45.8 billion won) or 40 million pounds (approximately 61.1 billion won) even with one year left on the contract. It’s a really crazy amount.” He continued, “Raya is feeling euphoric at the current club,” he also added. It is expected that Tottenham will need more effort to sign Raya.

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