Pau Lopez has told the Spanish press is he unsure over his future as Tottenham look to make his loan move permanent.
The Spanish goalkeeper joined Spurs on a temporary deal last August, and Spurs have made a €2 million offer to his parent club Espanyol in a bid to sign the 22-year-old this summer.
Talks between the clubs are ongoing, but Espanyol are believed to be holding out for a fee of around €7 million.
In quotes published by AS, Lopez gave ‘Ona Esportivo’ an update on his situation.
He said: “Until June 30, I am loaned to Tottenham and we will see what happens, the clubs are talking to each other and I can not say one or the other, I am with the team, I try to enjoy it to the fullest, and we will see what happens.
“Espanyol is my home. It’s a club that I like, that I’ll always carry in my heart, and in the end whatever happens I’ll be happy.”
Lopez’s arrival may provoke Michel Vorm to leave the club in search of first-team football, meaning Lopez would become Spurs’ second choice goalkeeper behind captain Hugo Lloris.