‘Would be a steal’, ‘Get this done’ – Some Spurs fans react to transfer links with 30-yr-old ace

‘Would be a steal’, ‘Get this done’ – Some Spurs fans react to transfer links with 30-yr-old ace – originally posted on Sportslens.com

Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a move for RB Leipzig goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi by Bild.

The Hungarian international has a release clause of around £11 million in his contract and could prove a massive bargain for the Londoners if they can sign him this summer.

Spurs have been linked with potential replacements for Hugo Lloris, and Gulacsi would certainly be a quality addition.

The 30-year-old has established himself as a fine shot-stopper since joining the German club in 2015.

The former Liverpool goalkeeper failed to establish himself as a regular starter during his six years at the club and will probably feel that he has unfinished business in the Premier League.

The goalkeeper was loaned out to Hereford United, Tranmere Rovers and Hull City during his time at Merseyside.

Gulacsi has shown his quality with Leipzig and has the ability to make an immediate impact at Tottenham.

The reported price is also quite reasonable, and Spurs must look to activate his release clause as soon as possible.

Some Tottenham fans have reacted to the news – here is what they had to say.

Read: Tottenham keen on Brazilian wonderkid this summer.

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