Hugo Lloris has confirmed that his Tottenham contract does not have a buy-out clause.
Lloris has been linked with a move away from Spurs this summer following their failure to secure Champions League football, but he has told L’Equipe - quoted by GFN - that there is no release clause in his current contract.
The French stopper said: “Nobody tells me how much I am worth and I am not looking to find out. There is no clause.”
This is certainly pleasing news for Spurs fans, with Lloris one of the best ‘keepers in the Premier League, and a vital part of their potential successes.
Considering the poor and mistake-ridden Tottenham defensive unit, the former Lyon stopper has to be at top form all the time, and he once again proved his quality this season.
His impressive performances have drawn interest from the likes of PSG and Manchester United, as per the Star, and as they can both off Champions League football and potential league success, it looked as if a summer transfer would be on the cards.
However, the 28-year-old certainly does not appear to be pushing for a move away from White Hart Lane, and knowing that his contract is safe, Spurs cannot be forced to sell him if a club matches a set value.
Of course, the North London club could wish to sell him should they be approached with a bid that is too good to refuse, but otherwise Lloris will be staying at Tottenham, thanks to the lack of clause in his contract.