According to a report from Italian media outlet Corriere della Serra, Tottenham and Arsenal are both interested in signing Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha this summer.
Spurs might be looking to upgrade on Hugo Lloris, who experienced an inconsistent campaign last season, whilst Arsenal need another established stopper after Petr Cech's retirement.
And Strakosha could be just the ticket for either Tottenham or Arsenal.
The Albania international, 24, has been with Lazio since the summer of 2012, and he has made 122 senior appearances for the Serie A outfit.
Italian publication Corriere della Serra claims that Tottenham have been interested in signing Strakosha since last summer, and that Arsenal will challenge their north London rivals for his signature.
Another Italian publication, this time Calcio Mercato, claims that Lazio will demand €50 million (£44.5 million) for the Albanian, and that might just put off his potential suitors.
Strakosha is a fine goalkeeper, but it will be highly unlikely that either Tottenham or Arsenal will pay that kind of fee for his services.
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