Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly plotting a surprise summer move for Tottenham Hotpsur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.
The World Cup winner has emerged as a possible target for the French champions according to AS.
He is apparently viewed as ‘a less complicated’ option to pursue than Manchester United stopper David de Gea.
Lloris has been with Tottenham since 2012 after signing from Lyon for just £12 million (The Daily Mail).
The 32-year-old has made 297 appearances for the club and kept 106 clean sheets.
He has been a brilliant servant for the north Londoners, although in recent years he has made some howlers between the sticks.
Tottenham should be open to selling Lloris, although the price would obviousy have to be right.
Lloris is under contract with Spurs until 2022 so there’s a strong chance Daniel Levy can make money on his intial £12 million investment.
Spurs should be looking to upgrade on the stopper this summer. While he is a brilliant goalkeeper, mistakes have started to creep into his game in recent seasons and eventually one might really cost the team.
Spurs have been linked with the likes of Andre Onana (Voetbal International) and Thomas Strakosha (Calciomercato) this season, while Real Madrid ace Keylor Navas has reportedly been deemed surplus to requirements (The Daily Mail).