Speculation continues about the Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper's future.
Speculation is rife regarding the Frenchman's future this summer and Manchester United are said to be in hot pursuit.
The magic number for Levy is said to be the £35m mark, with Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain also interested in Lloris.
The report is consistent with another in the Daily Mirror a few days ago that suggested Levy can drive a 'hard bargain' due to there being no buyout clause in Lloris's contract. Their suggested figure was £25m.
Naturally, losing Lloris would be a huge blow for Tottenham but selling up for as much as possible could help ensure Spurs can find a good enough replacement or cover.
That, of course, raises the issue of whether the north London side can put the transfer funds to good use (unlike with the money they received for selling Gareth Bale). Boss Mauricio Pochettino has greater transfer control ahead of next season, so any replacement should be approved by the Tottenham head coach.