Lloris reveals reason for turning down Spurs move to Nice on deadline day

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Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has revealed the reason. Behind his decision not to join French Ligue 1 team Nice in the final hours of the transfer window last Friday night.

    Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has explained his decision to turn down a move to boyhood club. Nice in the final hours of the summer transfer window. With the veteran goalkeeper’s future currently uncertain, the 36-year-old is free to leave Spurs over the summer. And he was given permission not to travel to Australia for the ทางเข้า ufabet https://ufabet999.com club’s pre-season tour so he could ‘Explore transfer opportunities’

Lloris reveals reason for turning down Spurs move to Nice on deadline day

          Lloris has been linked with a number of clubs. Including the Saudi Arabian Pro League side , and was approached by Lazio and Newcastle United towards the end of the transfer window. But those teams only want Lloris as a back-up option. While the World Cup winner still believes he is good enough to be a first-choice option. Therefore, he refused to transfer to any of those teams.

          Late on Friday night, September 1, 2023, the return to football with Nice The club where he started his football career It became an option after the Ligue 1 side decided to cancel Kasper Schmeichel’s contract, but Lloris said the transfer opportunity came too late to be carefully considered. While he also feels that Marcin Bulka, who has replaced Schmeichel, will take on the role of No. 1 goalkeeper. 

 In an interview with local newspaper Nice-Matin, the French goalkeeper said: “I would like to clear up any ambiguity regarding various events. in the past hour” “Yesterday (Friday), an hour before the market closed. I received a call from my agent talking about the possibility of joining Ojesse Nice.” “Playing opportunities and sporting projects. The true drivers behind a player’s decision beyond financial conditions are not clearly discussed. “ My professional journey has shown that sharing, sharing and growing together helps. How much did it shape my decision-making? And even more so when it comes to returning to the club that trained me.”

          “Supporters and teams deserve better than split-second decisions based on a phone call with no clear expectations or sporting agenda with an hour before the transfer window closes at a time I don’t expect. Kid” “To be honest, I couldn’t sign the contract without a shared vision. At least with the president and the coach.” “Ojese Nice is and will remain a special club for me. It’s my city, my club, my blood.” “Today the goalkeeper [Bulka] is in that position. There is no doubt that he will be one of the best players at the start of the season. He has a bright career ahead of him. “I wanted to join the club to play, build, perform. Yes, signing without a sporting vision and having a direct positive impact on the team. I don’t want it either.”