Tottenham Hotspur are prepared to move for Malaga goalkeeper Willy Caballero if they fail to hold on to current number one Hugo Lloris, [football] direct news understands. France star Lloris has been one of the stand-out performers in a rollercoaster campaign which has seen Spurs sack head coach Andre Villas-Boas and fail to qualify for the Champions League. He is likely to be the subject of strong interest from a number of elite clubs when the transfer window reopens and although he has not expressed an interest in leaving north London, his employer has little choice but to make contingency plans. The club insider revealed highly-rated Argentine Caballero has impressed observers again this season in La Liga and could be a capable replacement. However he would not come cheap, and the 32-year-old could command a fee of around 16million following a string of impressive performances. Spurs spent more than 100m on new players in the last summer transfer window but some have struggled to make an impact during a turbulent campaign.