In a significant development, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has announced today that goalkeeper Hugo Lloris will not be accompanying the team on their upcoming pre-season tour of Asia and the Pacific.
According to an official statement from the club, Lloris has been granted permission to explore the possibility of a transfer, fueling speculation about his future as he becomes the subject of interest from several European clubs. This decision marks the end of his remarkable 11-year tenure at Tottenham, during which he also held the esteemed position of captain.
Lloris joined Tottenham in 2012 from the renowned French club Lyon and went on to make an impressive 447 appearances for the London-based team, establishing himself as a stalwart figure.
Meanwhile, amidst ongoing rumors surrounding his potential departure, star forward Harry Kane, who has been the subject of keen interest from Bayern Munich, will be joining the team for the pre-season tour.
During this tour, Tottenham is scheduled to face West Ham in Australia on July 18, followed by clashes against Leicester in Thailand on July 23 and Lyon in Singapore on July 26.
As the curtains close on Lloris’ remarkable era at Tottenham, the club enters a new phase, with fans eagerly awaiting news of potential transfers and developments in the squad ahead of the upcoming season.