Former England goalkeeper Joe Hart is having a medical at Tottenham.
The 33-year-old is a free agent following his release from Burnley and is undergoing health checks ahead of a proposed two-year deal at Spurs.
Hart will challenge Paulo Gazzaniga to be Hugo Lloris’ number two in north London, with Spurs looking for a third keeper following Michel Vorm’s release at the end of last season.
His career has stuttered since winning the Premier League title with Manchester City and winning 75 caps for England as Pep Guardiola did not rate him and he was shipped out to Torino and then West Ham.
But he could help solve a problem for Spurs as under Premier League rules clubs must name at least eight homegrown players in their 25-man squad and his English nationality fills a slot.
Spurs made their first signing of the summer last week when Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg signed from Southampton for £20million.
Midfielder Luke Amos completed a permanent move to QPR on Monday, signing a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee after spending the 2019-20 season on loan at Loftus Road.