Everton manager Ronald Koeman is reportedly still in the market for a goalkeeper
Ronald Koeman is still keen on bringing another goalkeeper to Everton according to the Daily Mail, even after the singing of Maarten Stekelenburg.
The Toffees should consider a move for Tottenham Hotspur's back-up keeper Michel Vorm. The 32-year-old Dutchman will once again have his work cut-out to gain regular first-team football at White Hart Lane, with the superb Hugo Lloris ahead of him in the pecking order.
Hugo Lloris is the first-choice goalkeeper at Spurs
Although the former Swansea City man will likely be used in Spurs' cup games, as he was last season, he cannot be considered a vital member of the Tottenham squad.
Allowing him to leave would present Mauricio Pochettino with the opportunity to give one of Tottenham's young keeper's a chance as Lloris' deputy.
At the age of 32, Vorm will surely looking to be play regular first team football to see out the twilight years of his career, and any potential move to Goodison Park could quite possibly hinge on whether or not Everton could offer him that.
Tottenham's Michel Vorm
Whenever he has been asked to stand in at Spurs, he has performed admirably, and is still a goalkeeper of the highest quality, despite his lack of match practice. His haul of 15 international caps with Holland is evidence of this.
Having him at Everton would create fantastic competition amongst the current crop of keepers including Stekelenburg and Joel Robles, and would put Everton in a very strong position with such a long, physically demanding season ahead of them.
Vorm still has two-years left to run on his current deal at Spurs, so a substantial fee would be required in order to tempt the North London outfit into selling.
It should be a move, however, that Ronald Koeman seriously considers making.
Michel Vorm could once again see his playing time limited at Tottenham