Tottenham interested in signing Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale

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Tottenham interested in signing Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale after the Blades’ relegation to the championship… as Spurs prepare for life without Hugo Lloris, who has a one-year contract

  • Tottenham keen to sign Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale
  • The shot-stopper was part of the Blades squad that were relegated from the Premier League
  • Ramsdale is one of England’s standby players ahead of Euro 2020
  • Spurs look to life after Hugo Lloris who has one year left on contract

Tottenham are among the clubs interested in granting Aaron Ramsdale a delay from the Premier League.

The goalkeeper, who is on England’s reserve list for the European Championship, was relegated from Sheffield United last season.

But a number of clubs, including Spurs and Wolves, are interested in giving Ramsdale a Bramall Lane escape route.

Tottenham open to give Sheffield United's Aaron Ramsdale a lifeline in the Premier League

Tottenham open to give Sheffield United’s Aaron Ramsdale a lifeline in the Premier League

The goalkeeper was part of the Blades squad this season that relegated to the championship this season seizoen

The goalkeeper was part of the Blades squad this season that relegated to the championship this season seizoen

The goalkeeper was part of the Blades squad this season that relegated to the championship this season seizoen

The Blades must fight to keep their best players after returning to the Championship last season.

Spurs are planning a life without Hugo Lloris, who is entering the final 12 months of his contract. Lloris has been strongly linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain.

Wolves implies that Rui Patricio is also in the last year of his contract, and Roma would be thrilled.

Spurs look at life after current first-choice Hugo Lloris, who still has a year to go

Spurs look at life after current first-choice Hugo Lloris, who still has a year to go

Spurs look at life after current first-choice Hugo Lloris, who still has a year to go

Tottenham still do not have a full-time manager after Jose Mourinho’s resignation in April and Ryan Mason’s interim period, with Daniel Levy speaking to candidates since the end of the season.

Spurs missed Julian Nagelsmann, Antonio Conte, Brendan Rodgers and Erik Ten Hag, but had positive talks with former Roma boss Paulo Fonseca this week.

The Portuguese coach spent two years in Serie A before being replaced by Mourinho in early May.

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