Hugo Lloris expresses a desire to leave Tottenham.
Hugo Lloris is now in the last year of his deal and appears prepared to leave in the upcoming weeks. In an interview, the French goalkeeper admitted that he is now up for a new challenge.
Lloris has been fairly subpar this season, so it makes sense for Tottenham to let him go and sign a superior replacement in the summer. The fact that the player is willing to embark on a new adventure will excite the North London club.
The World Cup champion from last year has cost this team important points this year, and he is just not good enough to start for them every single week. In recent weeks, Tottenham has been linked to goalkeepers like David Raya and Andre Onana. In the upcoming weeks, it will be interesting to see if they can finally sign a dependable number one.
For mid-table clubs, Lloris is still a valuable player. To compete for significant trophies and return to the Champions League, Tottenham must set higher goals. The seasoned shot-stopper has been connected to a move back to France, but it is still unclear where he will end up.
Without a doubt, the former French international has been a devoted employee for Tottenham while consistently ranking among the best goalkeepers in the world. He has, however, obviously passed his prime. So leaving the Premier League would also be ideal for him.
Tottenham had a poor season, and in order to succeed the following year, they must strengthen the squad’s weaknesses. One of their top priorities should be to sign a new goalkeeper. The North London club has not yet named a permanent successor to Antonio Conte, and it is reasonable to assume that no new players will be brought in until the new manager is in place.
In recent weeks, they have been connected to a number of managers. However, they haven’t decided on a time yet. Ryan Mason, a former midfielder, serves as the team’s interim manager at the moment. Tottenham is also looking for a new sporting director to take Fabio Paratici’s place.