Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has stated clearly where his future lies amid another summer of transfer speculation.
The France international was a starter in the team which coquered the world last year as the French national team won the FIFA World Cup for the first time since 1998.
Lloris has enjoyed a fairly successful career in north London, ever since he decided to move to the club from Lyon.
The Frenchman has faced moments of uncertainty during his time at the club, having committed a number of high-profile blunders in the Tottenham goal.
Lloris remains one of the most experienced players in the Spurs dressing room, and his presence will definitely be counted on by manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The 32-year-old was recently questioned about where his future will be, considering the fact that there could be an opportuinity to return to his homeland in France and play with Nice.
But Lloris responded by asserting that his intentions were to honour his Tottenham contract and that the question about a move to France was not for today.
“To live? Definitely! A return to the club – it’s hard to promise things. I’m still a fan, but I’ve career plans & I’m under contract at Spurs, where I hope we’ll be successful. Maybe the question will come later, but not today.” he said, as per Football.london