The Tottenham Hotspur ace seemed to hint that he will be at the club next season.
Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris suggested that he will remain at the club next season, and some Spurs fans took to Twitter in reaction to the Frenchman’s comments.
The 32-year-old told French media outlet Nice-Matin:
“To live Definitely! A return to the club – it’s hard to promise things. I’m still a fan, but I’ve career plans and I’m under contract at Spurs, where I hope we’ll be successful. Maybe the question will come later, but not today.”
Lloris joined Spurs from Lyon in the summer of 2012, for a fee believed to be worth £11.8 million, according to BBC Sport, and he has gone on to make 298 appearances for the north London outfit.
The France international came under fire this season, however, after making some high-profile errors, and there have been calls from some sections of Tottenham fans for Paulo Gazzaniga to be promoted to number one next season.
It must be remembered, however, that he made some vital saves too, including three consecutive penalty saves.
Lloris is still contracted with Spurs until the summer of 2022, by which time he will be 35, and maybe then will be the time when he decides to move on.
Some Tottenham fans took to Twitter today in reaction to the 32-year-old’s comments…
Personally I think this is great news! I was disgusted by how quickly fellow Spurs fans turned against him after a loss of form. He’s a quality goalkeeper – Tell me someone who doesn’t make mistakes?— To Dare Is To Do (@2_Dare_Is_To_Do) 16 June 2019
Hugooooo— bkeith (@Keith_B_Real) 17 June 2019
Retire at spurs✊✊— Sondays (@sonswembley) 17 June 2019
Hugoooooo!— Rizzla (@loopyrizla) 17 June 2019
quality best news I’ve heard all day— Stephen George Lott (@stephenlott) 17 June 2019
My Captain— Ishan Kumar (@k_ishan4) 17 June 2019
We want to see the future where Hugo holds a trophy. pic.twitter.com/iV5VBTUAJj— 七時雨@スパーズ (@NanaShigu_Spurs) 17 June 2019
I live in hope but I find it hard to believe that we will achieve anything with him. #startgazzaniga— Rudi F-H (@RudiFH1) 17 June 2019