The north Londoners are keeping tabs on Cech.
With the future of goalkeeper Petr Cech at Chelsea in doubt, Tottenham Hotspur are preparing to make the Czech Republic international their new No.1, according to the Mirror.
Spurs are getting ready for life with Hugo Lloris, with the France captain strongly linked with Paris Saint-Germain as he seeks out Champions League football.
Meanwhile, having impressed for the past three years on-loan with Atletico Madrid, Thibaut Courtois looks set to finally be given a chance at Stamford Bridge.
The 22-year-old has helped Atleti win the Europa League, Copa del Rey and La Liga during that time and is regarded as one of the best ‘keepers in the world.
This leaves Cech facing the possibility of spending large amounts of time on the bench in west London and the 32-year-old is not prepared to do that.
Tottenham will demand around £30m for Lloris – whom AS Roma are also interested in – and chairman Daniel Levy will use some of that to reinvest in a new stopper.
Having played 470 times for the Blues and keeping more clean-sheets than anyone else in Premier League history, Cech certainly has the required experience.
The north Londoners are also keeping tabs on Cardiff City’s David Marshall and Ben Foster of West Bromwich Albion.
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