Thomas Strakosha has gone from young talent to a first-place goalkeeper. Over the past few seasons, he has established himself at the helm of Lazio’s goal playing in almost every match since becoming the number one. An Albanian international just 23 years of age, the admirers of the goalkeeper are not lacking: last summer it was Liverpool who were said to be on his trails – before signing Roma’s Alisson for a large fee – and today, it is Tottenham who are said to be monitoring Thomas. According to calciomercato.com, the English club are reportedly looking for the right profile to replace Hugo Lloris and Strakosha’s profile is said to fit the description. However, Claudio Lotito and Igli Tare do not intend to let go of their prized jewel in goal too easily, especially with a contract valid until 2022.