Spur aims for ‘Oblak’, a long-term representative of ‘Loris’

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Tottenham Hotspur have drawn up a plan to replace their number one goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, with Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak one of the targets for Lloris

through guard. Spurs are in the running for a 10th season but are expected to leave the club at the end of their contract in 2024 and they must plan a replacement,

the UFABET reports that Spurs have turned to lockdown. Oblak is the one who will take the next one. Inquiring about the Slovenian goalkeeper about a possible move to the club next summer,

Spurs head coach Antonio Conte spoke with director Fabio Paratici. To replace Lloris for the long term

, Lloris has made 425 appearances for the north London club and is one of the Premier League’s most consistently forming goalkeepers. But he was already at the end of his career path.

Oblak’s contract is still until 2028, but the Spanish side are preparing for a transfer debate. With the 29-year-old in charge of the club for nearly a decade

, Spurs may face Oblak rivals Manchester United, who demand periodic updates on the player’s future. Amid David de Gea’s uncertain future,

Oblak joined Atletico Madrid in 2014 and has become one of Europe’s top goalkeepers. He helped the team to the Champions League final in 2016 and also played a key role in winning La Liga in 2021.

Oblak has previously spoken of his interest in moving to the Premier League. And despite a release clause of £107 million, his club are willing to negotiate a lower fee that

Chelsea had contacted Oblak when Frank Lampard was still at the club, but with the current owner. There are no plans to return to their attention.

Spurs went on to sign Fraser Foster for free last summer to take on the role of back-up goalkeeper. not seen as a long-term agent