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Spurs target Dragowski will decide his future in 2 weeks

Spurs Goalkeeper Target Dragowski Will Decide His Future In The Next Two Weeks

Spurs target Dragowski will decide his future in 2 weeks

It has been mentioned that Mauricio Pochettino is planning for the future, just as every manager has to. He never knows when a player might leave or a player might suffer a career ending injury thus scouting has to continually take place so plans contingency plans can be put into operation.

Planning ahead doesn't mean simply planning for the next transfer window, it means planning years ahead. A manager has to continually have his coaching staff producing players for every position who can slot straight into the team. That is an ideal scenario but one that is rarely, if ever, achieved.

Hugo Lloris is the Spurs goalkeeper. Because of his relationship with Mauricio Pochettino, last summer he was going to give Tottenham one more year to develop our potential. We did that this year and that means Lloris will be staying for longer, he has the Champions League football h wanted and he had a title challenge.

Luke McGee is the young Tottenham goalkeeper coming through, Michel Vorm is currently the number two. We have been heavily linked with 24-year-old (25 next March) Bernd Leno who many reports say in going to leave the Bundesliga this summer.

Another keeper we are being linked with is 18-year old (19 in August)  Polish Under-21 goalkeeper Bartlomiej Dragowski. He plays for Ekstraklasa club Jagiellonia Białystok. The thought is that Pochettino wants to use Lloris and possibly Vorm to teach a young goalkeeper and prepare a future Spurs stopper.



The 1.91m (6ft 3in) keeper is said to be being tracked by Chelsea, Bournemouth, Leicester City, and Juventus. His first professional season 2014/15 saw him named best goalkeeper, discovery of the season and third best player for the 2014/15 campaign.

"Can Drągowski be the second [Jan] Tomaszewski? Of course he can! He has great potential and I hope he will be a great goalkeeper. In some regards he is better than me at his age. I think it would be a good idea to call him up to the national team so he can experience the atmosphere and see close up how [Łukasz] Fabiański, and [Artur] Boruc work." - Former Poland goalkeeper Jan Tomaszewski

"If Jagiellonia sell him some day, I hope they will make at least €5m." - Michał Probierz, Jagiellonia coach

He is the son of former midfielder Dariusz Drągowski and the UEFA website lists his playing style as
the epitome of calm. They say he shows an impressive ability not to panic even in the most difficult situations. The teenager also has an excellent capacity to read the game and an uncanny knack of positioning himself perfectly.

UEFA compare him to Wojciech Szczęsny, although you wouldn't get too many Spurs fans saying that is an advantage. Dragowski says he doesn't listen to compliments as many a young player has disappeared from the game and he doesn't want that to happen to him. 

"Many people tell me I am talented, but I have something programmed inside me which means I do not listen. I don't want to hear these complimentary words because there were many talented players who quickly disappeared. I do not want to be the next."
To add to that Dragowski is reported in the Polish press today to have said that his future for next season will be decided in the next two weeks.

"Nothing is decided yet. It is known that the club would like to earn something at me, but do not force. I do not want to make a hasty decision. I would like to hit the team in which I will be able to further realize, as I want this. 
"In the coming days will show whether I go. This will be done within two weeks. I need to talk with your family, girlfriend, think about what and how."

Source: Sportowefakty

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