3 free agent goalkeepers for Tottenham Hotspur to consider

Goalkeeper Jordan Archer of Millwall during the Sky Bet Championship match between Birmingham City and Millwall at St Andrews (stadium) on February 17, 2018 in Birmingham, England.

Tottenham Hotspur are down a goalkeeper due to Hugo Lloris' injury.

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris during the UEFA Champions League group B match between Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Muenchen at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on October 1, 2019 in London,...

Hugo Lloris is out injured for Tottenham and will be out until the New Year, report BBC Sport.

This leaves Spurs light in terms of cover, with just Paulo Gazzaniga and untested youngster Alfie Whiteman.

So it might make sense to consider free agents. Could Tottenham strengthen by adding an experienced stopper on a short term deal?

 

Here is a look at three they could consider...

Spurs goalkeeper Michel Vorm reacts during the Premier League match between Swansea City and Tottenham Hotspur at Liberty Stadium on April 5, 2017 in Swansea, Wales.

Michel Vorm

It is somewhat inexplicable that Vorm has not found a new club since his release from Tottenham in June.

The former Dutch international makes some sense, as he would need no time to settle and knows the Tottenham defence.

A year ago he started in the Champions League group stages for Spurs at the San Siro.

Emiliano Viviano of Arsenal during the 1st team training session at London Colney on March 10, 2014 in St Albans, England.

Emiliano Viviano

Former Arsenal goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano had a brief stint in North London in 2013/14, although never played a first team game.

The Italian is now 33, two years younger than Michel Vorm.

His most recent spell was at Sporting, before a loan to Serie A side SPAL where he played 17 games.

Goalkeeper Jordan Archer of Millwall during the Sky Bet Championship match between Birmingham City and Millwall at St Andrews (stadium) on February 17, 2018 in Birmingham, England.

Jordan Archer

Former Tottenham trainee Jordan Archer finds himself without a club at the age of 26.

It was only in 2018 that he made his international debut for Scotland.

He spent the last four seasons at Millwall before losing his place and has played 166 first team games, which is 166 more than current Spurs number two Alfie Whiteman.

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