Tottenham are interested in Norwich City’s Dylan Thompson.
According to Sun reporter Alan Nixon, the young goalkeeper has been on trial at Tottenham in recent times, and Spurs are impressed, with the club apparently ready to negotiate a fee to bring him in.
Indeed, according to Nixon, Norwich’s efforts to entice the goalkeeper to sign a new contract have thus far failed, and it is now possible that the two teams will sit down at the bargaining table and work out a deal.
Thompson has been training at Spurs recently after rejecting a contract with the Canaries, and the teams could agree on a deal shortly, with it evident that he prefers a move to the Premier League table toppers as things stand.
Indeed, it appears that he will get his desire, since Spurs have enjoyed what they have seen from him in training, and the two sides could agree on a transfer in the near future.
Spurs are said to be willing to pay a compensation fee to Norwich City in order to secure his signature, and they may have jumped ahead of Sheffield Wednesday in this transfer race, with the Owls also looking at Thompson as they look to strengthen their options moving forward.