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Tottenham and Lazio are negotiating the transfer terms for the Hugo Lloris deal

According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Tottenham Hotspur and Lazio are negotiating the transfer terms for a deal that would see Hugo Lloris depart the N17 and move to Italy.

Hugo Lloris’ departure from the Lilywhites was hinted at earlier by the club’s gaffer, Ange Postecoglou, and the void left by the French shot-stopper was conspicuous even in the team’s pre-season preparations.

That Hugo Lloris is expected to leave the club this summer comes as no surprise. He was not a part of the club’s pre-season plans. The North London club have clearly moved on to Guglielmo Vicario as the first choice.

Lazio, faced with the void left by Maximiano’s move to Almeria, have identified Lloris as the right candidate to replace him for the upcoming season. Should the talks pan out as expected, Hugo Lloris’ tenure as Tottenham’s last line of defence will end and a new one would begin for the Italian club.

For many, it will mark a bittersweet adieu to a man who, with gloves donned, was the embodiment of consistency, reliability, and unwavering leadership. The memories etched within the iconic N17 will linger like a cherished symphony, each save a note that resonates through time.

Intriguingly, Tottenham’s focus has pivoted from acquisition to disposition, with the spotlight beaming on players who no longer find themselves in Ange Postecoglou’s grand design. This is due to the good work that the club has done earlier this transfer window.

Tottenham Hotspur captain Hugo Lloris could be on his way to Lazio. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images)
Tottenham Hotspur captain Hugo Lloris could be on his way to Lazio. 

The likes of Guglielmo Vicario, Micky van de Ven, Manor Solomon and James Maddison have all joined the club this summer and there have been a few exits, none bigger than Harry Kane who is now a Bayern Munich player.

While negotiations between Tottenham and Lazio still have to pan out as expected, this seems like the perfect solution for both clubs involved. It will be a surprise if an agreement is not reached.

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