Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is dreaming of leaving the club for a move to Major League Soccer at the end of his contract.
That’s according to ESPN, who claim that Lloris has next move in mind as his £100,000-a-week contract at Tottenham winds down.
Lloris will be a free agent at the end of the season, and talks with Tottenham have set to take place.
That means Lloris is eyeing up a move away from North London, even if talks are likely to start in the near future.
Lloris, who turns 35 in December, has been with Tottenham since arriving from Lyon in 2012.
The French international has now made almost 400 appearances for Tottenham and will go down as one of they best-ever goalkeepers.
Lloris may fancy winding down his final playing days in America, and who can really blame him?
He has given great service to Tottenham and won a World Cup with France, so one last pay day in the States makes sense.
Make no mistake though, Tottenham would absolutely miss Lloris.
He may be in his mid-30’s, but there has been no sign of Lloris nosediving in terms of his form of quality.
Tottenham do have a potential replacement on loan in Pierluigi Gollini. Fabio Paratici may have planned for Lloris to leave by including a purchase option in the loan deal.
Gollini isn’t near Lloris in terms of quality though, and Tottenham may find that life without their veteran stopper is a little tricky.