Pundit 'shocked' by Tottenham goalkeeper situation after source's transfer update
It is a “shock to see Tottenham fail to move for a goalkeeper during the January transfer window.
That’s according to former Hibernian striker Tam McManus, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about Hugo LLoris’ future.
Lloris, 36, made his latest high-profile mistake on 15 January’s North London Derby, pushing Bukayo Saka’s cross into his own net under little pressure.
As per Opta, the Spurs stopper how now made three errors leading to goals this season.
Football Insider revealed on Saturday (28 January) that Tottenham are keeping close tabs on Everton star Jordan Pickford ahead of a potential summer move.
McManus is surprised to see Spurs have not moved for a goalkeeper this month.
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“Where is this new goalkeeper?” McManus told Football Insider‘s Ben Wild.
“I really thought they would bring one in after that Vill game, then you see the Arsenal match and you think one I definitely coming in, that hasn’t happened.
“It will be such a mistake if it gets to the end of the season and they haven’t made it into the Champions League.
“You know who to blame. A keeper should be top of their list and it hasn’t happened. I’m just shocked really.
“If you are Tottenham and you are trying to hold onto a top-four place you need to be doing better than that.
“Let’s remember, Tottenham’s defence is poor at the best of times.
“So at the very least, you need a competent goalkeeper who can bail you out.
In other news, an expert has told Tottenham to U-turn on Brentford’s David Raya and sign 22-year-old instead after update.