The Spurs fans in the Transfer Tavern who’ve popped in for a drink after their hard days at work REALLY didn’t need the latest report to pop up and ruin their evenings.
According to the Daily Mirror, ‘keeper Hugo Lloris has rejected a new deal at White Hart Lane after conducting personal negotiations with chairman Daniel Levy.
The Frenchman has recently been linked with a shock move to Manchester United and is understood to have snubbed the chance to extend his stay at White Hart Lane as things stand.
He is believed to want to enter the bracket of the best paid ‘keepers in the world after emerging as a vital figure for the North London outfit as they marched back into the Champions League this season.
While talks are far from dead, the 29-year old has so far rejected the deal, meaning these could be nervy times for all involved at Tottenham.
Paris Saint-Germain are also thought to retain an interest in the former Lyon custodian, who left Ligue 1 in 2012 in order to move to the English capital.
Is it vitally important that Spurs keep a hold of Lloris going forward?
Click here to comment on this articleor
Give us feedback on your Football Transfer Tavern experience