Tottenham keeper Gazzaniga eyed for Fulham switch following Joe Hart arrival regardless of 18 Prem appearances final season

Tottenham keeper Gazzaniga eyed for Fulham transfer following Joe Hart arrival despite 18 Prem appearances last season

FULHAM are eyeing up a transfer for Tottenham goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga, in keeping with studies.

Scott Parker is hoping to recruit gamers with Premier League expertise forward of the Cottagers’ return to the highest flight.

The Argentine stopper made 25 appearances for Spurs in all competitions final season

And Gazzaniga, who made 18 league appearances standing in for the injured Hugo Lloris final season, would seem to suit the invoice.

In response to The Telegraph Parker, 39, desires to provide the Argentine the chance to compete with Marek Rodak and Marcus Bettinelli for the No1 jersey at Craven Cottage.

Gazzaniga, 28, had his greatest season but at Spurs final outing, making 25 appearances in all competitions – together with 4 within the Champions League.

The ex-Southampton stopper additionally made his worldwide debut for Argentina.

However with Spurs having recruited Joe Hart, Gazzaniga’s place as Lloris’ No2 may very well be below risk.

And the chance to safe common top-flight soccer may very well be a sexy one.

Hailing from Murphy in Argentina, the identical city as former boss Mauricio Pochettino, Gazzaniga really made his senior debut in English soccer with Gillingham in League Two.

His skills didn’t go unnoticed, and after 22 appearances for the Gills he was snapped up by the Saints in 2012.

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Joe Hart has been recruited to compete with Gazzaniga

Following 23 first-team appearances over the subsequent 5 years – in addition to a mortgage spell at Rayo Vallecano, Pochettino introduced Gazzaniga to Spurs in 2017.

Initially third selection, Gazzaniga usurped Michel Vorm within the pecking order.

However the ponytailed stopper might now really feel that it’s time to attempt his hand as a Premier League No1.