Hugo Lloris says that he could leave the club in the summer if they fail to make fourth place and Champions League qualification.

Spurs are among five or six teams in the race for the top four and while not many doubt the ability of the team, after their shaky start many can't see them coming back.

The north London club agonizingly missed out on the last Champions League qualifying place on the final day of last season. Adding insult to injury, it was arch-rivals Arsenal who claimed the place ahead of them.

The 27 year-old arrived from Olympique Lyon in an £11 million deal and has gone on to become the firm No.1 at White Hart Lane.

However, the French international admits that he may have to consider his future if the club fail to qualify for Europe's premier competition.

Lloris is quoted in the The Express as saying: "The objective is to reach the Champions League. After that, it's to close the gap on the biggest teams in the league.

"Without Champions League football? I've not thought about it. I must weigh things up at the end of the season."

The Express also claims that Spurs are preparing to battle for Sassuolo striker Domenico Beradi showing clear signs, the north London club are willing to spend to reach their aims.

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