Hugo Lloris has been urged to not quit Tottenham Hotspur to play for Manchester United because they’re not a ‘big’ club, according to former France manager Raymond Domenech. David de Gea is widely expected to swap Old Trafford for the Bernabeu this summer after the goalkeeper refused a reported £200,000-per-week offer to stay at Manchester United. The France and Tottenham goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris, is touted as the number one target of the Manchester club should De Gea’s move to Real Madrid be finalized. However, Lloris’ former France manager Raymond Domenech believes that Lloris should not join Manchester United, but, any of their other top four rivals in Arsenal FC, Chelsea FC, or Manchester City as the Frenchman reckons United are no longer a ‘big club’. ‘I have no decision to take for him, but in my opinion he has to play in Chelsea, Arsenal, or Manchester City, to play in the European Cup,’ he said. ‘Tottenham is a big club – […]

  According to the Spanish paper Marca, negotiations between Real Madrid and Manchester United for David De Gea are in final stages.   Real Madrid have agreed to  pay €25 million up front for David De Gea and are offering to paying another €5 million as add-ons to secure the services of the Manchester United goalkeeper Manchester United risk losing the player for free given that he has only a year left to his contract and has rejected a contract offer from the club making it very clear that he prefers to move back to the Spanish capital to join Real Madrid, the rivals of his boyhood club Atletico. David De Gea’s proposed contract at the Santiago Bernabeu will see him earn €6 million a year in wages as per the report in Marca. Rafael Benitez, the new Real Madrid manager, will have two Spanish national team goalkeepers in his ranks with Iker Casillas still haveing two years left on his contract at […]

  Hugo Lloris has said in an interview published today in L’Equipe that Manchester United have been in contact with the player and that there is no release clause in his Tottenham contract as recent reports claimed. Lloris insisted in the interview that a move to PSG is unlikely amid interest from Manchester United. He is widely tipped to be the number one target of manager Louis Van Gaal to replace goalkeeper David de Gea who is expected to move to Real Madrid. Lloris performances have been the shining light in what was yet another season of failed assault on the top four by Totteham and their fans will be relieved to hear from the stopper that he does not have the €20m release clause in his contract as was rumored. Lloris said: “This does not correspond to reality. There is no clause.” Manchester United, though, will be further encouraged to hear the  French International Goalkeeper and Captain admit that his future is far from certain: “We do […]