Tottenham Hotspur have been suffering goalkeeper problems of late, both in the FA Cup, Premier League, and the Champions League.
Michel Vorm made a costly blunder earlier this month when Spurs welcomed Norwich to North London in the FA Cup fifth round.
The Lilywhites were dominant and in control of the game until Vorm parried a fierce shot straight out into the box for Norwich to tap home an easy equaliser. Norwich eventually won the match on penalties, knocking Spurs out.
Hugo Lloris then came back into the starting line-up and made the same blunder between the sticks, gifting Chris Wood a Burnley opener.
Lloris was also guilty of letting in two questionable goals against RB Leipzig in the Champions League last Tuesday.
Il Tempo in Italy now claim that Tottenham, along with Leicester City, are keeping an eye on Lazio shot-stopper Thomas Strakosha.
Strakosha has conceded just 23 goals in 26 games in Serie A this season and is said to currently be on wages of €1m per year, but Lazio are keen to double that in order to convince him to sign a new deal.
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