Date: 13th May 2015 at 2:42pm
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The goal keeping situation in Tottenham continues to be a talking point for Spurs fans.

With every passing match, Hugo Lloris’s future at White Hart Lane continues to be questioned.

The Frenchman has been rumoured to have a desire to escape Tottenham this summer in favour of a club who has a greater chance of making it to the Champions League.

The assumption has been that he will elect to take his talents to Manchester United, who will likely be in the market for a new keeper as their goal-stopper, David De Gea, will also likely be hitting the transfer market.

However, there have been a steady diet of reports in recent weeks that suggest that Mauricio Pochettino will not let Lloris walk away without a fight.

Backing up his manager, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has also stepped forward and stated that he will not give in to any offer for the 28-year-old goal keeper.

The club is aware that Lloris is a significant piece of their team and, if they want to have any chance of finishing in the top four next year, his presence will be vital to the rebuilding effort.

Lloris represents a beacon of class and leadership that Tottenham want to build the team around this summer, and it looks like it will be very difficult to pry him away from White Hart Lane.