​​Tottenham have been keen on adding ​Norwich City'Ben Godfrey to their ranks since December, and this summer could see them make a double swoop as Jose Mourinho is already intent in bringing full-back Max Aarons to White Hart Lane in the summer in a deal potentially worth around £30million.


Godfrey, 21, has made 15 appearances for Norwich so far this season and has also broken into the England u-21 fold. Mourinho is looking to shore up Spurs' defence, and English talent Godfrey, could succeed experienced Belgian duo Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld at the back.


Both players are out of contract in the summer and although Mourinho wants to convince them to stay in north London, they can start speaking to foreign clubs in January.



Back in December, ​Football Insider reported that Tottenham were willing to spend up to £25million on Godfrey to bolster Mourinho's defensive options, but Norwich slapped a £50million price tag, and that stalled the deal during the January transfer window.


​Arsenal are also interested in Godfrey, who has made 18 appearances for Norwich this season, as are ​Borussia Dortmund and Lyon. The Spurs board could, however, give Mourinho the funds he needs to shape his team with a defensive shake up.


Tottenham are currently placed sixth on the ​Premier League, four points off ​Chelsea who occupy the last ​Champions League spot. Norwich, meanwhile, are at the bottom of the league table, and face runaway leaders ​Liverpool at Carrow Road this evening.