Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly ready to offload Hugo Lloris.

According to The Mirror, Tottenham Hotspur are “ready” to sell first-choice goalkeeper Hugo Lloris in the summer transfer window.

The Frenchman is under contract at Spurs until the end of next season.

However, the £110,000-a-week (SalarySport) goalkeeper recently gave an interview in the French media in which he suggested that he is looking to move on from Spurs.

With Lloris open to a new chapter in his career, The Mirror are reporting that Tottenham are now willing to sell the goalkeeper after the appointment of Ange Postecoglou as their new head coach.

The Australian boss has left his managerial role at Scottish Premiership giants Celtic and is now in charge of Tottenham.

What should Tottenham Hotspur do about Hugo Lloris?
In our view, Tottenham Hotspur should sell Hugo Lloris and sign a suitable replacement in the summer transfer window.

If the 36-year-old wants a change, then there is no point in Spurs keeping him at the club.

Tottenham have been linked with Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, and we believe that the England international would be a good signing for the North London club.

Lloris has made costly mistakes in recent years, and although he is a World Cup winner with France, he is not the same player he was.