As Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp revealed last week that goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes could leave the club in January, reports have surfaced claiming Spurs are considering a bid for Swiss stopper Eldin Jakupovic.
Gomes has been replaced as number one by Brad Friedel, who was brought in this summer on a free transfer from Aston Villa.
"He's not happy and he's eyeing a January move," said Redknapp. "If the chance comes for him to play elsewhere, I'm sure he'll take it. I've not bombed out Gomes and made him No.3 keeper but we decided Carlo Cudicini would be better on the bench."
However, according to the Daily Mail, the White Hart Lane club are weighing up a move for a new 'keeper in the shape of Jakupovic.
The 26-year-old's future has been thrown into doubt after his club, Olympiakos Volos, were relegated to Greece's amateur league following guilty charges of match-fixing.
Jakupovic previously had a trial at Tottenham while with Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow in 2009 but the clubs reportedly failed to agree a fee.