Tottenham identify possible Hugo Lloris replacement

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Tottenham are interested in signing Real Madrid shot stopper Diego Lopez if Hugo Lloris decides to leave the north London outfit at the end of the season, according to talkSPORT.

Reports suggest Tottenham technical director Franco Baldini has identified Lopez as a potential replacement for Lloris.

Lloris has hinted he could leave White Hart Lane if Tottenham fail to qualify for next season's Champions League.

The Frenchman's departure from north London would be a huge blow to Tottenham as Lloris has proven his worth since moving to the Premier League in 2012 for £8million.

Lopez has also shown he is a top class goalkeeper by taking Iker Casillas' place as Real Madrid's number one.

However doubts remain over Lopez's long-term future at the Santiago Bernabeu - despite the Spaniard's terrific form this season.

The La Liga giants still have the legendary Casillas on their books and are said to be keeping close tabs on Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.

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