Passion is over! Lloris reveals reason for leaving Spurs this summer.
At this time, Tottenham Hotspur has only bad news, the latest Hugo Lloris, a veteran goalkeeper. Clearly revealed the desire to leave the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this summer. Even though there is still one year left on the contract โปรโมชั่น ufabet.
Lloris is one of the longest-serving players in the team. and longer than many consultants. That have modified over the years. After moving from Olympic Lyon to the Golden Spurs since 2012 and has captain of the team since 2015
But after playing a total of more than 447 matches, there is no championship trophy on hand at all. And this season, there are periodic injury problems that do not play in the final curve. The 36-year-old French stickman has already made it clear that he wants to leave the team.
“We have been through important times together. Both in terms of the club and myself,” Lloris told his hometown media. “It has reached the end of an era. I have a desire for something different. and will consider what is possible.”
“however I don’t forget that I still have one year left on my contract with Tottenham and in football it’s always difficult to tell the future. The most important thing is for me to find the projects that I want to involved with.”
‘It’s the end of an era’ – Hugo Lloris confirms he wants to leave Tottenham
WHAT HAPPENED? Hugo Lloris, who was ruled out for the rest of the season with a thigh injury in May, might have already played his final game for Spurs as the club captain has declared that he wants to call time on his Spurs career at the end of the season. His contract with the North London outfit expires in June 2024.
WHAT THEY SAID: Speaking to a French newspaper Nice-Matin, Lloris admitted that he was inclined towards leaving Spurs. After a disappointing campaign, calling it “the end of an era.”
“We have reached an important moment, whether it be for the club or me. It’s the end of an era. I have a desire for something else. I will carefully study. What is possible. However, I haven’t forgotten that I have a year left on my contract at Tottenham, and in football, it’s always hard to predict what will happen,” Lloris said.