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West Ham and Tottenham make enquiries for Bartlomiej Dragowski - report

West Ham and Tottenham have made an enquiries for Fiorentina goalkeeper Bartlomiej Dragowski according to a report from Viola News.

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The Hammers and Spurs will both be on the look-out for new goalkeepers over the course of the next 12 months or so.

Lukasz Fabianski is 36 now and clearly deteriorating whilst Hugo Lloris is 34 and has endured a tough time over the past year or so.

There could very well be changes in the goalkeeping departments at the London Stadium and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium next season.


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West Ham and Tottenham make Dragowski enquiries

Viola News claims that the Hammers and Spurs have both have asked for information about he 23-year-old Polish stopper.

La Viola allegedly want around £10 million for the 23-year-old (News Line).

In 35 games for Fiorentina last season, Dragowski conceded 55 goals and kept eight clean sheets in the process (Transfermarkt).

Standing at 6ft 3in tall, the Pole cuts an imposing figure. He commands his penalty area with authority and is an impressive communicator.

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The 23-year-old is a pretty decent shot-stopper too.

£10 million seems like decent value for Dragowski.

West Ham may have an advantage over Tottenham in the race to sign the Fiorentina ace.

We can offer him Europa League football next season whilst Spurs are only competing in the UEFA Conference League.

The north London outfit are also manager-less at the moment so a player will surely not want to join them with no boss at the helm.

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If the Hammers move fast, we could surely wrap this one up fairly quickly. And with Fabianski on the decline, Dragowski could be a very useful and cost effective option for David Moyes.

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