He tottenham hotspur has emerged as a contender in the search for Inter Milan’s goalkeeper, André Onana, who has also been targeted by Chelsea. According to a report by Semper Inter, Tottenham have made a query about the Inter Milan goalkeeper.
It’s no surprise that Tottenham are looking to sign a quality goalkeeper this summer. The performance of club legend Hugo Lloris has been mediocre this season, and his mistakes have cost Tottenham valuable points.
Tottenham gets into the race for André Onana
The North London giants cannot afford to keep Lloris as the club’s first-choice goalkeeper next season and need to bring in a quality replacement. In this sense, Onana has been a key player for Inter Milan and is undoubtedly one of the best goalkeepers in Serie A.
With his ability, Onana could replace Lloris at Tottenham and become a key player for the team in the coming seasons. At 27, he is at the height of his career and will look to make his mark in the Premier League if the transfer goes through.
Chelsea have also been linked with Onana as they look to bolster their goal. With the possible departure of Edouard Mendy in the summer, Onana would be a quality addition to the Blues.
However, it is still unclear where the 27-year-old goalkeeper will ultimately end up. Neither club can offer him European football next season after failing to finish in the top seven. However, Chelsea presents a more ambitious project and a formidable squad.
In addition, the Blues have ambitious owners who have invested close to 600 million euros in new signings since their acquisition. Financially, Chelsea have the ability to offer Onana a higher salary compared to Tottenham, and they are likely to compete for the biggest trophies.
It wouldn’t be surprising if the 27-year-old goalkeeper is tempted to join Chelsea instead of Tottenham this summer. Tottenham are going through a transition phase and still do not have a permanent manager or sporting director at the club. Therefore, Onana could easily opt for a more stable project. Now the onus falls on Chelsea to respond to Tottenham’s first move.