Spurs’ best player wanted to join United.
The French international has long been regarded as one of the finest shot-stoppers in the Premier League, and is likely to have made the move to Old Trafford if David de Gea had left for Real Madrid.
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According to the Metro, Lloris has strongly hinted he has regrets that the move fell through, saying: “There could have been a development there but the desired movement didn’t happen.
“I have a lot of affection for Tottenham. I feel respected, I have a very good relationship with the staff and I’m ready to play the best season possible.”