It appears that Daniel Levy is eyeing up another first-team player in terms of a new deal at Tottenham, as he looks to avoid repeating the mistakes he made with Christian Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld, and Jan Vertonghen.

Football Insider report that Paulo Gazzaniga could be next in line for a new contract in North London, with the club apparently keen to open talks with the 27-year-old.

Gazzaniga’s current contract runs until 2022, but he is reportedly one of the lowest-paid senior players at the club.

If Spurs do wave goodbye to Toby, Jan, and Eriksen on free deals in the summer, they will be shedding a huge packet from their wage bill, perhaps freeing up room for new players and contracts.

Gazzaniga has performed admirably since coming in for the injured Hugo Lloris in goal at the start of the new season. It looks as if the shot stopped could be rewarded with a new contract.

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