English Premiership

Lloris to leave Spurs?

2015-04-22 15:39
Hugo Lloris (AFP)

Cape Town - Hugo Lloris is set to attempt to secure a move away from Tottenham Hotspur to play in Europe's top club competition.

The Guardian report that Lloris is desperate to continue his Champions League career.

Tottenham Hotspur signed the France number one goalkeeper from Lyon, where he played in four Champions League seasons, in 2012 but Lloris has yet to feature in the elite club competition with the White Hart Lane outfit.

Lloris is the captain of the French national side, with the vast majority of his national teammates playing regularly in the Champions League, the goalkeeper is eager to leave Spurs in search of a spot in the Champions League.

Lloris may have a difficult time convincing the club to let him leave in the summer but will be boosted by the fact that the summer transfer market could see movement in the goalkeeping department.

Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United could all be interested in Lloris should he become available on the market. 

Dutch goalkeeper Michel Vorm is Tottenham's number two.


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