Tottenham could have a fight on their hands if they wish to keep first team keeper Hugo Lloris.
Reports have emerged from France that Monaco may be in the market for a new keeper and could be eyeing up Lloris as a target.
According to Le10Sport and Daily Express, Monaco are still hopeful of adding summer target Steve Mandanda from Marseille in either January or at the end of the season. However if Marseille hold out on the keeper despite assurances to Mandanda he can exit the club at the end of the season Monaco may well turn their attention to Lloris.
The 26year-old France International has firmly established himself as Spurs manager Andre Villas Boas first choice keeper at White Hart Lane and Lloris seems happy enough with his move to the North London club.
The Spurs number one made the switch to Tottenham from Lyon last summer.
Monaco are an emerging force in both French and European football. With money not an obstacle for the club, the French side could try and tempt Lloris with return to Ligue 1. It remains to be seen whether he would be interested in a return to his homeland.