White Hart Lane side earmark move for Scottish international.
Tottenham are monitoring Cardiff City keeper David Marshall as a potential replacement for White Hart Lane custodian Hugo Lloris according to Football Direct News.
French international skipper Lloris could well push for an exit this summer having previously hinted that Champions League football was key to his remaining at the North London club, with a top four finish looking increasingly unlikely.
Lloris has looked assured for much of the past year and Tottenham’s heavy defeats to the likes of Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea have been down chiefly to the defence in front of him failing to stem the attacking tide.
Ligue 1 big spenders AS Monaco are said to be keen on the 27 year old, who moved to Tottenham from Lyon back in August 2012.
Scottish keeper Marshall has been in fine form this term and this source, perhaps hastily, claims the 29 year old is the best goalie outside the top four.
Marshall is into his fifth season at Cardiff City having previously represented Celtic and Norwich City.
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