English Premiership

Lloris comments on exit talk

2015-06-08 12:06
Hugo Lloris (AFP)

Cape Town - Hugo Lloris has attempted to diminish speculation that he is next in line to replace David De Gea at Manchester United.

The Evening Standard reports that Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris believes caution must be exercised over rumours that he might quit White Hart Lane.

Should Manchester United lose their number one goalkeeper to Real Madrid, the Frenchman is being tipped to replace the Spaniard at Old Trafford.  

But Lloris believes a that his Spurs' exit is far from a done deal.  

Lloris told Telefoot: “You're getting ahead of yourselves.”

“For the moment, there is a keeper in place at Manchester United. Keep a cool head over it."

Lloris joined Spurs in 2012 for a fee in the region of €15 million.


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