Tottenham Hotspur have had a quiet transfer window so far this summer, however, things could be about to get interesting at White Hart Lane.
Spurs have not yet signed anyone, although it is believed that Jack Grealish could be a new arrival soon, as Mauricio Pochettino will want to improve his team in certain areas.
The Argentine is desperate for the club to compete across all competitions next season and is thought to have identified a number of targets that could help him achieve their aims.
He will also be keen on keeping a number of his star players at White Hart Lane beyond the summer, with many of them having an outstanding World Cup, however, it appears they may have to brace themselves for one man in particular.
According to a report in The Sun, Real Madrid have identified Hugo Lloris as the man they want to replace Keylor Navas. Los Blancos are thought to be plotting a £60million raid for the World Cup winner after they missed out on Alisson Becker to Liverpool.
The goalkeeper has talked about a move to Spain before, however, it is understood that he will not try to force a move from England, as he still has four years left on his current deal.
Lloris has been one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League since he arrived from Olympique de Lyonnais in 2012.
Tottenham will not want to lose the France international and will be pleased that they have already tied him down to a long-term deal.
It is expected that an offer close to matching the one that took Alisson from AS Roma to Liverpool would be needed to have any chance of taking him away from White Hart Lane.
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