Time to go: Hugo Lloris wants to leave Spurs after 11 years at the club

Tottenham captain could leave Tottenham

Time to go: Hugo Lloris wants to leave Spurs after 11 years at the club

Stephen Oladehinde 14:15 - 04.06.2023

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has said that he could leave Spurs in the summer transfer window.

The Spurs captain has been an ever-present player for Tottenham since joining the club from Lyon in 2012.

The French International has made 447 appearances and has kept 151 clean sheets for Tottenham.

However, he has just a year left on his contract and could leave the club when the transfer window opens.

Hugo LIoris makes a remarkable save for Tottenham
Hugo LIoris makes a remarkable save for Tottenham

Lloris says it’s the end of an era

Lloris feels that this could be the right time for him to move on and test himself elsewhere after spending 11 years at the club.

Speaking to Nice-Matin, Lloris said, “We are coming to an important moment, whether for the club or for me. It's the end of an era. I have desires for other things.

“I will ask myself quietly to study what will be possible. But I don't forget that I still have a year of contract with Tottenham and that in football it is always difficult to predict what will happen.

“What is essential at the moment is to recover well from my injury. I'm on vacation but I continue to talk and do my training. 

“My goal is to be on top in July, then we'll see what the future holds for me.”

Tottenham still in search for a new manager 

Tottenham are still without a manager after sacking Conte in March. Ryan Mason has then taken over as interim manager.

They made a move for former Bayern manager Nagelsmann after the German manager turned down a move to Chelsea.

According to reports from Daily Mail, Tottenham will no longer pursue Nagelsmann and will instead go to the market for alternative candidates to fill their managerial vacancy. 

The current front-runners for the position are Brighton's Roberto De Zerbi and Feyenoord's Arne Slot, as well as former Barcelona and Spain manager Luis Enrique but there has been no progress in their search.