Apparently Redknapp is not too keen on the keeper Ramos brought in, and is looking to buy this impressive young goalie.
Tottenham are planning a bid for Wolves goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.
The Mirror says the 21-year-old keeper is highly-rated after winning 14 caps and he excelled in Wales’ 1-0 recent loss in Germany.
But the £6,000-a-week youngster has lost his place at Wolves after being sent off at Preston.
Hennessey has failed to regain his spot despite seeing replacement Carl Ikeme, 22, concede 12 goals in five games.
“He’s not happy about being left out,” Wolves manager Mick McCarthy admitted. (tribalfootball.com)
Just a few weeks back, Mick McCarthy’s side had slapped a £10m price tag on their Welsh international keeper, and perhaps the youngster had let the talk of a big money move get to his head as there can be no other reason that the Wolves boss would leave him out of the first team picture. By all accounts, Redknapp isn’t too thrilled with the displays by Gomes, and he has made a few errors of late, but would it make sense to spend such a large amount on a new keeper just months after the Brazilian arrived at White Hart Lane? What do Tottenham fans think about Heurelho; is he proving to be a liability or does he still have a safe pair of hands?