The Times have claimed that Tottenham Hotspur are now seriously considering terminating Hugo Lloris’ contract.
Reports over the last week have indicated that Lloris could be one of as many as eight first-team stars to leave Tottenham before the transfer window closes as the North London club look to open up spaces for new signings (Sky Sports’ Football Daily).
The journalist added that the 36-year-old could now decide to remain with the Lilywhites and see out the final year of his contract.
Hugo Lloris could soon be a free agent
If The Times’ latest update is to be believed, Spurs are now considering terminating the final 12 months remaining in Lloris’ contract after he turned down the switch to the Italian capital.
The report claims that the Lilywhites might allow the goalkeeper to search for a new club as a free agent.
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This always looked like the most likely outcome right from the start of the summer. Spurs were not going to get much of a fee for the 36-year-old anyway, given his decline over the last year and the fact that he perhaps has only a couple of years of football left him.
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