Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with the young Belgian stopper.
In an interview with Het Nieuwsblad earlier this week, Thomas De Bie claimed that his 15-year-old brother Jonathan was close to signing a deal with Tottenham Hotspur.
While there has been no official confirmation as yet, if the young Belgian did sign for Spurs he would join a growing list of exciting goalkeepers at White Hart Lane; players he could be fighting with for a first-team spot for many years to come.
Here we take a look at three Tottenham stoppers who could have very bright futures in the game:
Harry Voss is a 17-year-old who is currently contracted to Spurs until the summer of 2017.
With just three under-21 appearances under his belt he has a long way to go and of the three players on this list he is arguably the least likely to ultimately make the breakthrough in North London.
A wonderful young talent that De Bie will find it hard to usurp if he does arrive at the club in due course, Tom Glover shone for Tottenham’s under-18s before making the step up to the under-21s this season.
The Australian under-20 international is rated very highly at White Hart Lane and has all the attributes to ultimately break into the first-team.
The oldest of Tottenham’s three young ‘keepers, 20-year-old Luke McGee has appeared 23 times for their under-21s, keeping seven clean sheets in the process.
Some fans feel Glover will grow to be better once he gets more experience under his belt but McGee could be the first to make the step up.