Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp is set to make Polish International goalkeeper Sebastian Przyrowski his second signing of the transfer window after securing the return to Spurs of Jermain Defoe from Portsmouth earlier this week.
Redknapp has been linked with a host of keepers since he left Pompey for Spurs last October, with Wayne Hennessey at Wolves, Newcastle United’s Shay Given and Robert Green at West Ham amongst those on the Redknapp radar.
However, 27-year-old Przyrowski, who plays for Polonia Warsaw is set to be the keeper that will provide competition for Brazilian Heurelho Gomes at White Hart Lane, with Redknapp not convinced by Cesar Sanchez or Ben Alnwick as an understudy to the former PSV Eindhoven stopper at the Premier League club.
Despite being out for two-years with a career-threatening injury before going back to Warsaw in 2008, Przyrowski is to undergo a medical for the Premiership club, which is expected to be a formality, with the Pole expected to complete a £1million move in the next few days.
Przyrowski has been capped five time for Poland and had just made his breakthrough into the National side before his injury and is highly thought of in his homeland, with his impending arrival sure to cast doubt over the future of Cesar, who has been linked with a move to La Liga side Valencia.