Lyon goalkeeper Hugo Lloris looks to be offered a new contract with the French outfit, but the 24 year old is garnering interest from English clubs including Liverpool, according to talkSPORT.
Lyon President Michel Aulas told French radio station RMC that Lloris will be offered a lucrative contract, in order to keep the stopper at the club, despite Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United all being connected with the star.
"I met with Hugo to inform him that the club were prepared to renew his contract,” Aulas said.
"He deserves to get a better contract and in the coming days we will sit down to deal with it directly."
Lloris has been a star for Lyon this season, and his ability to make stylish saves has contributed to the side’s third position on the Ligue 1 table.
Liverpool were reportedly keeping tabs on the French international, who is vice captain for both his team and country, but with Pepe Reina pledging his allegiance to Liverpool, and Lyon willing to offer Lloris a lucrative contract, any deal between Liverpool and Lloris looks to be off the cards for now.