Hugo Lloris is reportedly a target for Real Madrid
Hugo Lloris has been in fine form for Tottenham this season, keeping 11 clean sheets in all competitions.
The 30-year-old's performances have caught the eye of Real Madrid who are looking to bring in a new first-choice goalkeeper in the summer.
And according to The Telegraph, Real have shortlisted the France international as a possible replacement for Keylor Navas.
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The report says the La Liga giants have turned their attention to Lloris as they consider him a more viable target than Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois.
Loris currently earns £100,000-a-week at Tottenham but Real are reportedly willing to double that to tempt him to the Bernabeu.
However, the Spurs keeper is unlikely to leave White Hart Lane easily – especially after he signed a new long-term contract in December.
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The Frenchman penned a five-year deal, keeping him at the club until 2022, meaning he is likely to command a huge transfer fee.
Tottenham are reportedly confident they can hold onto Lloris and their other star players by securing Champions League football for next season.
But failure to do so could see Lloris leave after he was furious that the club were knocked out at the group stages of the competition this term.
Hugo Lloris was furious that Tottenham were knocked out of the Tottenham group stages
“It makes for a lot of frustration, I can't hide that," Lloris said in November.
"Everyone at the club was excited to play this competition, and all the players too, but we failed all together.
“We are still fighting in the Europa League but it's not enough for a club like Spurs. It's a big disappointment."