Star doesn’t expect to end his career at the new Spurs stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Hugo Lloris has revealed that he does not foresee himself being at Tottenham Hotspur until the end of his career.

The goalkeeper moved to White Hart Lane from Lyon on the last day of the summer transfer window in 2012, with the French side adding a clause to receive 20% of any future sell-on fee.

Lloris has gone on to make over 200 appearances for Spurs and is currently the club captain. However, the 31-year-old does not believe he will hang up his gloves with the Premier League side.

The World Cup winner is 32 in December, which is still relatively young in goalkeeping terms and has been linked with a possible return to Ligue 1 in the future.

In an interview with French broadcaster Telefoot, Lloris gave a sneak of an insight into his playing future.

As quoted by the Evening Standard, when asked if Spurs would be his last club, Lloris said: “I don’t think so.”

Once club Lloris won’t be joining in the future is Monaco after claiming he feels “like a Nice citizen” and the city is part of his DNA.

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