La Nazione have reported that Wolves are willing to pay £10m for reported Tottenham target and Fiorentina player, Bartlomiej Dragowski this summer.
It is thought that Dragowski could be a replacement for Rui Patricio who has reportedly agreed personal terms with Roma, although a move is now in doubt.
The report from La Nazione claims that Wolves would have no problem paying the £10m needed to secure the signing of Fiorentina’s goalkeeper, but it will likely only happen if the Premier League side need a new keeper.
Viola News reported last week that Tottenham and West Ham were also interested in the shot-stopper.
Hugo Lloris is into the final 12 months of his North London contract, while Joe Hart also has just one year remaining and Paulo Gazzaniga was released on a free at the end of last season. Therefore, it seems logical that Spurs could be in the market for a keeper soon.
Spurs Web Opinion:
Spurs will only move for a keeper this summer if Lloris doesn’t sign an extension and if they can find a good bargain. Unfortunately, money needs to be spent elsewhere first.