- France 2018 World Cup winning goalie Hugo Lloris has emerged as a summer target for Spanish club Real Madrid
- Real Madrid are ready to test his Premier League club Tottenham with the mouthwatering deal to lure the 31-year-old to La Liga
- Los Blancos' chiefs want the former Nice and Lyon goalkeeper to replace current number one Keylor Navas
Spanish side Real Madrid are considering a massive £60 million deal to sign Tottenham goalie Hugo Lloris.
According to a UK Sun report, the Los Blancos are seeking France’s Les Bleus’ World Cup-winning skipper to replace Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas.
And the UEFA Champions League winners are set to test if the Premier League side and boss Mauricio Pochettino could allow the switch to go through.
The Frenchman has four years left on his current deal at the North London side and the Los Blancos are aware it would require a fearless approach to sign the highly-rated goalkeeper this summer.
Close pals of the 31-year-old goalkeeper claim he is willing to move to the Spanish topflight but will not force a switch to the Santiago benerbeau outfit.
The reports further suggest that Lloris has been talking with close friends about Life in the Spanish capital as well as in the La Liga.
However, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is tough negotiator when it concerns transfer issues.
And even if he succumbs to the deal, Levy is likely to request figures in the neighbourhood of the £67m world-record Liverpool coughed out to sign Roma Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson.
The Los Blancos are reportedly linked with Manchester United’s David De Gea but the Spanish stopper penned a new five-year deal at last month.
The Los Blancos are still linked with Chelsea’s £50m-rated Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois... if the North London side reject a move at any price.
The Frenchman has made 254 appearances for Tottenham since his £12m move from Lyon in 2012.
Lloris lifted the World Cup with France and had a solid tournament despite allowing a slip for Croatia’s second goal in 4-2 final win.
The Tottenham goalie is rated highly by eggheads of the Los Blancos after impressing in two Champions League fixtures last campaign when Tottenham drew in the Santiago Bernabeu and won at Wembley.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Eden Hazard's younger brother Kylian has reportedly urged his elder brother to shun Real Madrid's offer and remain at Chelsea this season.
The 27-year-old, who won bronze medal at the recently concluded 2018 FIFA World Cup is heavily linked with a move away from the Stamford Bridge this summer.
He has also shown that he wants to dump the west Londoners as all efforts to get him further commit his future to the club proved unfruitful.
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