Tottenham and Atalanta have started discussing a potential deal for goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini.
Gollini, who has already played in England with Manchester United and Aston Villa, is a target for Spurs and the parties are working to find the right formula for the deal. The clubs are discussing an initial loan deal, that could be extended for an additional season with the inclusion of an obligation to buy.
A deal is possible, with the club trying to find the right conditions of a potential agreement that could satisfy all the parties involved. With both Lloris and Hart's contracts set to expire at the end of next season, Spurs are looking at Gollini as possible future goalkeeper of the team. Tottenham, however, is not the only club interested in the 26-year-old, as also Atletico Madrid have eyed him as a potential back-up to Oblak.
After the official transfer of Donnarumma to PSG, another Italian goalkeeper could go play abroad as the future of Gollini, with Atalanta having already signed Musso from Udinese, could be in London.