Hugo Lloris has begun talks with Tottenham over a new contract – which would see the Frenchman remain in north London for the rest of his playing career, according to the Football Insider.

The 33-year-old, who still has two years left on his current deal, joined Spurs from Lyon in the summer of 2012 and has gone on to become club captain and make more than 300 appearances in all competitions.

Lloris has often come under scrutiny for a number of errors in recent seasons, but was aruagbly Tottenham’s most consistent performer post-lockdown, keeping four clean sheets in nine games, conceding just seven times in the process to help Jose Mourinho’s side secure place in the Europa League.

And despite the signing of Joe Hart on a free transfer earlier this month, the Football Insider believes that Spurs are hoping to agree a new ‘lucrative’ long-term contract for the French World Cup winner, who Mourinho still sees as his first-choice goalkeeper.



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