The Italian boss is set to begin a revolution at Spurs' training ground, and that may include parting ways with one of the most beloved players in the team.

The end of an era is fast approaching at Tottenham, and if you thought Harry Kane was the only footballer set to leave the club soon, you might be surprised by Antonio Conte's transfer plans.

According to an article published by The Mirror, the Italian coach is ready to begin his massive overhaul with the North London side, and that may very well include the exit of one of the players that has become a fan favorite over the years. The man in question is none other then 2018 World Cup winner with France, Hugo Lloris.

The English newspaper suggests that Lloris may end up leaving the club next summer after a ten-year spell, forcing Spurs to find a replacement for the shot-stopper. With that in mind, the Italian boss has identified an international footballer to fill Lloris' gloves.

According to the Mirror, the man Conte has eyed to become Lloris' replacement under the sticks is none other than Jordan Pickford. Everton's goalie has played ten games for the Toffees this season, conceding thirteen goals in the process and keeping three clean sheets. Moreover, he has earned praise as one of the most reliable shot-stoppers in the business.

The main problem for Tottenham will be having to pay for Pickford's buyout clause or negotiating with Everton, as Pickford is still under contract with the Merseyside squad until 2024. If Conte wants his will be done, then he will need Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy working his magic to materialize the deal. Nevertheless, Everton's Financial Fair Play problems may force them to cash in on some of their footballers, and Pickford's exit would certainly come in handy for the struggling blue and white side.