Tottenham brought in a new goalkeeper over the summer in Pierluigi Gollini from Atalanta on loan, which may have been a sign that Lloris’ time in north London, which spans over nine years since signing in 2012, could be coming to an end.
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However, Gold has revealed in a recent Q&A that Tottenham are now considering handing their club captain a new contract if he keeps up his early-season form, which has seen the French international keep three clean sheets in three Premier League games.
What have these Spurs fans been saying?
“This is the news I wanted. Oddly enough, I think Hugo’s been improving in the last couple seasons and I believe he definitely deserves a new contract.”
“Fully deserved, should also look after his family (young kids) better”
“He’s been consistently outstanding for the last ten years.”
“Hugo is one of the most criminally underrated players in the top five leagues. He has been absolutely massive for our club on the pitch and off”
After his debut season for Spurs, Lloris has been the undisputed No 1 in the league for Tottenham, having started at least 33 games during every following season in the top flight apart from in the 2019/20 campaign, which saw him pick up an injury and forced him onto the sidelines for 104 days.
Lloris could well be excited by how Tottenham have started under Nuno Espirito Santo in terms of making them defensively solid and the Frenchman will be hoping that this kind of form can lead to success as he has not won any silverware during his long stay with Spurs.