Finally back from his elbow injury on Wednesday night, Hugo Lloris started his comeback with a win.
Seeing off Norwich with a 2-1 win, Tottenham now sit sixth in the Premier League after 24 games, and will be striving to catch up with fourth placed Chelsea in the weeks to come.
The French goalkeeper will have two years left on his contract once the season ends, and both he and Spurs will start thinking about the future at some point.
Whether or not Lloris stays until 2022 will be a decision he will need to make with the Premier League side, but if they both feel it’s time to move on, someone will need to take the 33-year-old’s place.
Luckily for them, according to Parisfans, they have been offered the chance to sign a ready made replacement in Alphonse Aréola, as the French website claim Paris Saint-Germain have no intention of keeping him on once he returns from his loan to Real Madrid.
The Ligue 1 leaders are more than happy with Keylor Navas, who they signed in the summer, and Sergio Rico as his backup, meaning the 26-year-old will be surplus to requirements.
As well as Tottenham, it’s stated Arsenal and Juventus are also options, although Bernd Leno appears to have that spot tied up for a while at the Emirates while Wojciech Szczesny is doing just fine in Turin.
We’ll have to wait and see what comes of it, but if Aréola isn’t happy with playing second fiddle in Paris or Madrid and Lloris doesn’t leave in the summer, surely he isn’t going to be thrilled at sitting on the bench at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium either?