Hugo Lloris is the latest Tottenham Hotspur player to be linked with a move to Real Madrid.
Real have already signed two of Tottenham’s best ever players this decade – pinching Luka Modric and Gareth Bale.
Now, the Champions League holders see the Spurs goalkeeper as a £35m target, according to The Mirror.
Lloris is Tottenham’s captain and, naturally, a key player at White Hart Lane.
He is under contract with Spurs for another three seasons, but a move to Real can be hard for many players to resist.
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The Mirror claim that Spurs want to get Lloris to sign a new contract, presumably to underline his commitment to the club.
Lloris is happy at Spurs, so say The Mirror, who also say the 29-year-old will decide on his future after this summer’s Euro 2016 finals.
France, who are captained by Lloris, host Iceland in the tournament’s fourth and last quarter-final tonight.
If France win, they will face Germany in the last four, after the world champions overcame Italy in a penalty shootout yesterday evening.