Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has reportedly been offered a move to Saudi Arabia, according to a latest report from The Times.
The report suggests that the Frenchman has been offered a deal that will see his £100,000-a-week wages triple if he moves to the Middle East.
It also states that Saudi Arabia is not the only offer on the table for Lloris, but it is the most lucrative one.
The report further claims that the 34-year-old has not yet decided on his future and is planning to hold talks with club chairman Daniel Levy at the end of the season. However, the decision will also depend on who the next Spurs manager will be.
Lloris has been a loyal servant for Tottenham over the years, spending 11 seasons at the club since his move from Lyon. Nevertheless, his recent performances have raised questions about his future at the club, with the goalkeeper making a number of mistakes this season that have led directly to goals.
The Frenchman has a year left on his contract at Tottenham, but the club is expected to be in the market for a new No1 goalkeeper this summer.
His season was declared over after he picked up an injury during Tottenham’s 6-1 defeat to Newcastle, where he conceded five goals in the first half. This is his second long-term injury since January.
In his absence, Fraser Forster has stepped up and proven to be a reliable backup goalkeeper for Spurs. However, the decision on Lloris’ future will be a significant one for the club and its fans.