Tottenham will reportedly listen to offers for Michel Vorm in January, but the Dutch international hasn’t yet found himself a suitor. Vorm has struggled for playing time this season and finds himself behind the likes of Hugo Lloris and Paulo Gazzaniga in the goalkeeper pecking order.
The 35-year-old has made just four appearances in all competitions this season, the last of which came against PSV Eindhoven in October. With Vorm currently third-choice under Mauricio Pochettino and being out of contract next summer, he’s expected to leave Tottenham as soon as possible.
Finding a club has proven tricky, however. Vorm has been recently linked with Leeds United, but the Yorkshire outfit are also in the market for Real Madrid’s Kiko Casilla who is reportedly keen to make the switch to Elland Road. That leaves Vorm in the dark about his future with Spurs, as he could be forced to stay as a result of zero interest.
Tottenham activated a one-year contract extension over the summer, but Vorm has only made the matchday squad in 11 games from a possible 33. He won’t want to remain on the periphery for the second-half of the season, so he has little over two weeks to find a new club.
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