Report: Lloris alerted Levy about his future a year ago, Tottenham to demand £20m

Hugo Lloris Euro 2012 Penalty

Transfer speculation has resurfaced over the Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper.

Tottenham will demand £20 million for Hugo Lloris this summer, according to the Sunday Mirror.

Indeed, speculation has resurfaced over the Frenchman's future, with talk of a move to Manchester United lingering all summer long.

It had gone quiet but the Mirror suggest Lloris is now 'anxious' over his transfer fate, with Manchester United still interested in the Tottenham goalkeeper's signature.

The report claims Lloris made his feelings clear to chairman Daniel Levy when he signed a new contract a year ago and received the impression Spurs would not stand in his way should they finish outside the top four - which they duly did.

Life without Lloris?

We are back at square one should the report prove true, in terms of not knowing whether De Gea or Lloris are both going to be on their way. But are Tottenham prepared for life without the Frenchman?

Michel Vorm will have to take over as the club's no.1, unless Spurs can make a quick move for a replacement.

But, considering the amount of time it's taken the north London side to find a new striker or midfielder, any search for a new goalkeeper would be very risky indeed this late in the transfer window.

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