Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes has revealed he is open to a move back to former side PSV Eindhoven after becoming disillusioned with life at White Hart Lane.

The Brazilian shot stopper was loaned out to German side Hoffenheim after being deemed surplus to requirements following the arrivals of Brad Friedel and Hugo Lloris in north London. 

Gomes is already making plans for where he will play next season despite currently being ruled out for the rest of the campaign with a broken hand.

He told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf: "This is an important choice. But first I have to recover from my injury. Next season I want to be in top shape at a new club.

"At PSV, I experienced the best time of my career. I've always said that I would return to PSV. Maybe that time is now."

Gomes, who moved to Spurs from PSV in 2008, is expected to be allowed to leave the club by manager Andre Villas-Boas despite having one more year remaining on his current deal.

PSV's Dutch rivals FC Twente are also expected to make a move to bring the 32-year-old back to the Eredivisie. 

Gomes' parent side face Manchester City at the weekend, as they continue to fight for a top four finish and a place in the Champions League.


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