Exclusive: Tottenham star might loose his contract

Tottenham may now ‘cancel’ the contract of a star making £100k per week at Hotspur Way.

A £100,000 per week star’s career in north London could come to an end if Tottenham Hotspur rips up his contract.

Hugo might lose contract.

According to writer Ben Jacobs of GIVEMESPORT, Tottenham Hotspur may ‘terminate’ Hugo Lloris’ contract if a significant event occurs at Hotspur Way.

Ange Postecoglou, the head coach of Tottenham, relieved the France international of his captaincy when it became evident that Heung-min Son would take over as the team’s captain for the upcoming campaign and that he would not be the north Londoners’ No. 1.

Hugo Lloris transfers to Tottenham.

Lloris is preparing for the possibility of spending several months in exile after refusing to take advantage of the lucrative opportunities in Saudi Arabia when offers were made to him before their transfer window closed earlier this week, according to The Guardian.

According to the story, the goalkeeper, who has been with Tottenham since signing a £7.9 million deal to join them from Lyon more than 10 years ago, is still working out with his colleagues despite dropping down the depth chart and not being on Postecoglou’s roster.

When Nice terminated Kasper Schmeichel’s contract, Lloris was given the opportunity to return to his former club. Meanwhile, transfer source Dean Jones recently revealed to GIVEMESPORT that Newcastle United made a surprise move on Deadline Day, but he chose to stay with Spurs.

The 36-year-old has remained unwavering despite having the chance to increase his salary by joining the ranks of other prominent Premier League players who have moved to the Saudi Pro League.

Tottenham is now in a challenging situation since Lloris’ contract, which pays him £100,000 per week, is set to expire next summer.

What has Ben Jacobs said about Lloris?

Jacobs understands that Tottenham will not push Lloris into joining a club he is not interested in heading to despite their wish to get him off their books.

But, if the World Cup winner fails to find a fresh challenge elsewhere, the respected journalist has refused to rule out the possibility of an agreement being reached to terminate his contract.

Jacobs told GIVEMESPORT:

“For now, Spurs are quite calm about the situation out of respect for Lloris. They know that it’s not ideal and they wanted to find a solution earlier because, right at the beginning of the summer, it was clear that Lloris was leaving. But they’re not going to force him out. If they cannot find a new club, it may just be that they terminate the contract by mutual consent under a very amicable process. Because Lloris would enter into free agency, he would then have the ability to sort his own future out.”

Where does Lloris rank on Tottenham’s list of most appearances?

According to Transfermarkt, Lloris has been chosen 447 times since joining Tottenham, making 151 clean sheets in the process.

The Frenchman has made more Premier League appearances than any other player in Spurs history, despite his playing time decreasing after Postecoglou completed the £17.2 million transfer of Guglielmo Vicario from Italian side Empoli shortly after his appointment.

Hugo Lloris 361
Harry Kane 317
Darren Anderton 297
Jermain Defoe 276
Heung-min Son 272

All statistics according to Transfermarkt

However, there is little way that Lloris can overtake Steve Perryman as the north Londoners’ all-time leader in appearances, as Perryman wore a Tottenham shirt on 854 occasions throughout his 17-year tenure as a member of the team.

Whose contract with Tottenham was recently terminated?

In order to facilitate Matt Doherty’s transfer to La Liga team Atletico Madrid in the closing hours of the winter transfer window earlier this year, according to Sky Sports, Tottenham ripped up his contract.

The Republic of Ireland international failed to establish himself as the first-choice right-back after moving to the city in a £14.7 million deal from Premier League rivals Wolverhampton Wanderers in August 2020.

Doherty had 71 appearances for Spurs, contributing to 11 goals, but helping him move to Spain made sense because they wanted to remove his salary from the payroll.

The 31-year-old’s time at the Wanda Metropolitano was brief because he was let go earlier this summer after playing for Diego Simeone’s Atletico for only 16 minutes.

Doherty returned Wolves as a result, and in his first game of the season, he scored twice there to return to familiar surroundings.

Since the transfer window closed, have Tottenham authorized any additional departures?

According to The Guardian, Tottenham were successful in getting Davinson Sanchez out the door as he signed a £12.8 million agreement with Galatasaray earlier this week. Tanguy Ndombele has also joined the Turkish team on loan for the remainder of the season.

According to the article, there is a provision in the contract for the latter, who remains Spurs’ club record signing after they paid £63 million for his services four years ago.

After the £43 million arrival of Micky van de Ven from Wolfsburg caused the central defender to slip down the pecking order, Postecoglou was willing to cash in on Sanchez.

When Ndombele returned from a brief stint at Napoli, where he won the Serie A title and made 40 appearances, he was unable to persuade the Australian coach to give him a way back into the Tottenham team.




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