Agent delivers blow to Tottenham Hotspur in their bid to sign Valencia goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili in January
The Lilywhites were linked with him before he made his move permanent to Los Che from Dinamo Tbilisi in January 2022. And it is said that they are still keeping tabs on him ahead of the winter transfer window.
“Many important teams are watching him and we have found interest from them, not only from Italian but also English teams. For now, our goal is Valencia and he must do his utmost to grow even more.”
“As for the 2023 summer transfer market, however, many things can change but for now he is the starting goalkeeper of Valencia.”
It is worth mentioning that Seturidze’s comments imply a potential summer move for the player. Mamardashvili, 22, is yet to hit his prime years and it is expected that the 1.97 metre-tall goalkeeper will only get better with time.
Hence, it wouldn’t be a surprise if more and more clubs are made aware of his progress in La Liga. He is, however, on a long-term contract that expires only in the summer of 2027 (Transfermarkt).
Mamardashvili continues to be Valencia’s number-one shot-stopper between the sticks ahead of Iago Herrerin. He has made 11 appearances across competitions this season, keeping two clean sheets.
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Hugo Lloris, meanwhile, is on a contract that expires in the summer of 2024. Hence, it remains to be seen if the Georgian would be open to the possibility of being number two for a while – in case he does consider a move to N17.