The UCOL is fairly shitty, but I certainly rather be in it than not. People who refer to UEL as a poison-chalice and similar don't make any sense to me. I'd be thrilled if Spurs won the UEL. UEFA does need to shift more prize money to it though.
Good for Hugo. Easy for me to say, but I wouldn't take that money to live there. All that said, he should not be at Spurs next season. Forster is good enough to be the #1 if they decide to go cheap and bring in a young promising keeper behind him, or they can be adults and decide to pony up for a real keeper.
Not to piss off @OCST , but Pickford would be a great option, even if short-medium term. I'm not sure if Dean Henderson is good enough, but getting an English keeper to help with homegrown requirements is a big value-add. After those 2 prem keepers, there's some young keeper talent lower in the pyramid that might be worth looking into--e.g., Freddie Woodman, Anthony Patterson, etc. that won't cost much.
If we're looking for a non-English #1 keeper, I'd start with a list of Kobel (Dortmund), Mamardashvili (Valencia), Remiro (Sociedad), Lafont (Nantes), Vicario (Empoli), Silva (Betis), Lopez (Marseille), etc. Basically, a starter quality Big 5 keeper from a club that might not be able to keep the player from making a move. German and Dutch keepers seem to be on low wages generally, and both countries produce lots of great keepers.
I've been thinking about the squad crunch for next season quite a bit--they're going to have to do a lot of business this summer. Consider for example the outside/flank players. On the left, there's Udogie, Davies, Reggie, Sess, and Perisic. On the right, there's Emerson, Porro, and Spence. You can probably only keep 5 of those. Now, Davies and Perisic don't overlap much--Davies can play CB, LCB, LB, or LWB, whereas Perisic is basically LWB, LMF, or LW, but I don't think you can carry 5(!) left-sided players.