Leeds United goalkeeper Kiko Casilla should be on Tottenham Hotspur’s radar.
With Michel Vorm having left this summer, there is a place in the Tottenham Hotspur squad for a goalkeeper, and manager Mauricio Pochettino should look at Leeds United’s Kiko Casilla to fill it.
Casilla joined Leeds in the January transfer window and was the first-choice goalkeeper for the Whites during the second half of last season.
According to The Sun on Sunday (print edition, page 69, May 26, 2019), Leeds are looking for a new goalkeeper, and Casilla could leave this summer (click here to read more).
The 32-year-old is a former Real Madrid and Espanyol goalkeeper, and the Spaniard may not be interested in playing in the Championship for any longer.
Tottenham are a big and ambitious club, and the chance to play in the Premier League and in the Champions League could be very tempting for the Spaniard.
True, Casilla will be a back-up to Hugo Lloris at Spurs, but he is used to playing second fiddle from his time at Spanish and European giants Madrid.
Spurs will also get a goalkeeper who is very experienced and who will not be afraid to replace Lloris if need be.
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