Paris Saint-Germain lead Hugo Lloris transfer race

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Paris Saint-Germain are leading the race to sign Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris from a clutch of European rivals, according to the Daily Mirror.

The Frenchman previously hinted he would look to leave Tottenham this summer if they didn't secure Champions League qualification - something they missed out on by finishing 6th in the Premier League.

Lloris has now suggested he will review his future at manager-less Tottenham after the World Cup - and that appears to have sparked speculation that one of Europe's biggest clubs could make a move for him.

The Mirror claim that PSG are leading the race for his signature - but also adds that the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico and Monaco are monitoring his situation at White Hart Lane.

Tottenham meanwhile are hoping to fend off interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs by offering the talented shotstopper a brand new contract. 

Another Spurs player who has been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane is Jan Vertonghen who previously suggested he could leave - however the Belgian defender has now gone public with his desire to remain in north London this week.

"I've got a couple more years at Tottenham and I'm happy, and I want to stay there, so it doesn't matter who the manager will be," he said.

Southampton boss Maurico Pochettino is odds-on favourite to be named the new Tottenham manager in the near future.

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