Tottenham are lining up Dean Henderson, Nick Pope and Sam Johnstone as potential replacements for Hugo Lloris, according to The Sun.
The three goalkeepers have been called up to the England squad and The Sun claim all of them are on Spurs’ shortlist of possible signings this summer.
The newspaper also suggest West Brom’s Johnstone “could be the easiest and cheapest option” if the Baggies are relegated from the top flight.
Johnstone, who was previously at Manchester United, has impressed this season despite West Brom’s poor results.
It comes amid speculation that Lloris could be on his way out of Spurs after a number of unconvincing performances for them.
There has been speculation that he could return to his native France and join Paris St-Germain, where his former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is now in charge.
Pope continues to impress for Burnley and has been linked with other Premier League clubs, including Chelsea.
And there has been speculation over Henderson’s future at Manchester United, where he is competing for a place with David Gea.
There have been reports that Henderson could look to leave Old Trafford this summer if United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is unable to offer him regular first-team football.