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President: Tottenham have made contact with Arsenal target

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Tuesday, July 31, 2012
7:34 AM

Transfer news: Hugo Lloris could be heading to White Hart Lane

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Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has revealed that Tottenham have made contact for Arsenal target Hugo Lloris.

The north London pair are looking for a shot-stopper and the White Hart Lane club seem to be leading the race.

“Tottenham made contact through Lloris’ agent but there has been no concrete offer since. I don’t think they really want him, but we really want to keep him,” Aulas is quoted as saying by The Daily Mail.

“He will stay at Lyon unless he absolutely wants to go. The best present we can give to the fans is finding a way to keep him. We will try to do just that.”

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