The France international has stated that his club fate will be resolved after this summer’s World Cup.
Tottenham’s lacklustre 2013-14 season where their objective of qualifying for the Champions League was not achieved had few bright moments.
The White Hart Lane side will appoint a new manager this summer and will need their best players to remain at the club.
Lloris has been linked with a North London exit, with sides playing in the Champions League said to be keen to pry him away from Spurs.
When asked about his future at Tottenham, Lloris remained coy and stated that it would be resolved after the World Cup.
“My future? It is a good question,” Maxifoot quote the ex-Lyon custodian as saying.
“I am first focusing on the World Cup – we will sort it out later.”
The report also claims that Monaco, Atletico Madrid and Roma are all in the hunt for Lloris’ signature should be allowed to leave Spurs.
The talented keeper will be France’s number one at this summer’s World Cup in Brazil.