Lloris set to sign new five-year contract

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Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris, 29, is set to commit himself to the club for the next five years according to the Sunday Mirror.

The French international admitted that he was considering leaving White Hart Lane during the AVB and Tim Sherwood era, but the arrival of Mauricio Pochettino made him realise that his future is at Spurs.

Hugo’s current contract runs until 2019 and had been previously linked with moves to Manchester United and PSG, but it is now claimed that he’s likely to put pen to paper on a new contract after being impressed by the progress the club has made under Poch and the prospect of Champions League football.

If this turns out to be correct, it would be a massive boost for the club. For once we could see our star players committing their futures to the club rather than departing.

Pochettino has already revealed that he has verbally agreed a new five-year deal, whilst Christian Eriksen is also said to be close to signing a similar contract extension.

The report suggests that Jan Vertonghen, Kyle Walker and Danny Rose will also be made similar offers.

The future is certainly looking bright. COYS!

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4 COMMENTS

    • This is brilliant news. All the pieces are slowly being assembled and the coming years are looking brighter now than at any other time that I can remember in my lifetime as a spurs fan. It’s very difficult to say who goes and who stays in the close season but changes will have to be made to the squad in order to compete on all the levels next term. I think now that it was right to move Townsend on even though I liked him but he just didn’t turn up enough in games I also think nabil may have to be sold to give the lad first team football as I can see another midfield player coming in so his opportunities are bound to be limited. Wanyama anyone? Glaringly obvious that a striker is needed to help Harry with the goal scoring duties. Not sure who we go for there as there’s bound to be more than a few names linked but I don’t think it should be berahino if he can’t buy into the ethos that Mo P.o. Is working at spurs. Lillywhitetilidie

      • Agree with all but Wanyama, Kane just needs back up, not a strike partner so the striker we buy will have to accept bench time and I can't see Berahino doing that. Dier can probably play 95% of games but if we do lose him through injury or suspension we do need someone of his ilk. Carter-Vickers is probably a year away from being able to fill that role and providing cb cover and would benefit from a year on loan. Maybe a season long loan move for Alex Song would work.

  1. I’ve heard about Carter Vickers and to be talking about him like king is big praise indeed. The Wanyama thing could work as he’s a different proposition to mousa although that particular act is a very difficult one to follow possibly kante but we know that Leicester won’t sell and even if they did then the money is going to be too much. What we cannot have though are any bad apples in this bunch.

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