The French goalkeeper and national team captain has shone so far this season, and has impressed during his 25 league appearances to date. As a result, he has helped Spurs preserve the best defensive record in the division, conceding only 20 goals to date—three better than rivals Arsenal.
Thanks in no small part to their excellent defence, Tottenham are mounting a credible title challenge and, in second on 51 points, they are 10 points clear of Manchester United in fifth and are well placed to secure a return to the Champions League.
Should they secure a return to Europe’s premier club competition, Lloris will secure a contract increase from 80k per week to 100k per week, according to the Mirror.
Lloris last signed a contract extension in 2014, and the tabloid note that he would be expected to commit to an extra year at White Hart Lane.
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