Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris could be in demand this summer.
According to the Daily Mirror, Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris does not have a release clause in his contract - but Paris Saint-Germain remain interested.
Lloris, 28, joined Spurs from Lyon back in 2012, becoming one of Andre Villas-Boas' marquee signings at White Hart Lane almost three years ago.
Ever since he arrived, Lloris has been one of the finest goalkeepers in the Premier League, but has been starved of Champions League football.
Some have expected Lloris to eventually push for a move away from North London if Tottenham continue to finish outside the Premier League top four, and reports in France from Foot Mercato earlier this week suggested that Lloris had a release clause in his contract, meaning any team could bid €20m (£14.5m) and land the French international.
However, the Daily Mirror report that this isn't the case; that Lloris does not have a release clause in his contract that can be activated this summer.
They do though believe that Paris Saint-Germain remain interested in a deal to take Lloris back to France this summer - and will probably be able to offer him Champions League football again given that they sit top of Ligue 1.
Salvatore Sirigu, PSG's current first-choice stopper, is far from a poor goalkeeper, but Laurent Blanc's men may be sensing that they can snap up a world-class star in Lloris if Spurs miss out on the top four again - leaving Tottenham fans to worry about the future of their outstanding goalkeeper.