Forget Ben Foster: This Is The Goalkeeper Tottenham Need To Be Chasing

The Premier League is blessed with an array of outstanding goalkeepers. Current Tottenham Hotspur number one Hugo Lloris is one of those individuals who can stake claim to being one of the finest in England’s top division.

The 27-year-old may have been on the receiving end of some horrific scorelines this season, but the majority of these have been down to the abysmal defending in front of him, as opposed to unforgivable mistakes by the Spurs number 1.

According to the Daily Mirror, Spurs are reportedly resigned to losing the Frenchman to Paris St-Germain in the summer, with West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster set to be lined up as his replacement.

However I think the White Hart Lane outfit would be better off pursuing the signature of Cardiff City shot-stopper David Marshall, who has been a sensation this season. The 29-year-old has made an incredible 139 saves this season which is more than any other keeper in the Premier League.

The Bluebirds would be well adrift at the foot of the table if it wasn’t for Marshall and the Scottish international will be in high demand should his efforts to keep Cardiff up prove to be in vain.

Marshall has proved he is of the necessary class to perform week in, week out at the top level. Granted he will be far less busy in between the sticks for Tottenham, but Marshall has proved he has the mental capacity to focus until the end.

This was evident late on in Saturday’s 0-1 win at St Mary’s when he made two stunning saves to ensure his side returned to the Welsh capital with maximum points.