Paul Robinson is expected to leave Tottenham in the summer, despite his shock recall for this week's clash with Slavia Prague.
The Daily Mail says the goalkeeper will replace Radek Cerny for the UEFA Cup, second-leg clash, and will keep his place for the Carling Cup final if he impresses.
Robinson was initially dropped ahead of Tottenham's Carling Cup semi-final first leg at Arsenal, and he demanded a transfer from White Hart Lane during talks with sporting director Damien Comolli and his agent the following day.
Spurs accepted his demand, but told the England keeper that he would not be allowed to leave until the summer. Ramos has targeted a number of replacement keepers - three are in Spain and the other is playing in Italy - but Robinson could still leave White Hart Lane with a Carling Cup winner's medal.
He has been brooding on the bench since he was dropped after a series of errors which contributed to him losing his place in the England squad.