Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris “will study all the options available to him” this summer amid reports he could move to Saudi Arabia.

That’s according to his entourage in comments to Le Parisien who have refused to dismiss the idea of the Tottenham number one moving to the Middle East in the summer transfer window.

A report in England this week made it clear that Lloris had received an extremely lucrative offer to move to Saudi Arabia at the end of the season.

The Saudi Pro League is undergoing something of a drastic expansion after the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo late last year and are targeting more star names around Europe in an attempt to make the league more appealing.

That’s seen them target Tottenham’s Lloris, with the report indicating that he had been offered triple his current wage packet to make the switch. That same report claimed he was ready to move from Tottenham a year before end of his contract as he seeks out a new challenge.

His agents have now confirmed as much, telling Le Parisien that “he will study all the options available to him” when asked about the reports on a move to Saudi Arabia.

They did however add that “there is nothing concrete yet” between the player and the country, so it seems there’s plenty left to be done before he is joining Ronaldo in the Pro League.