Hugo Lloris has admitted his time at Tottenham Hotspur is over and has expressed his wish to leave them this summer.

Lazio could be the goalkeeper’s next destination. That’s according to RMC Sport, who say the Serie A side have positioned themselves to sign him.

It’s claimed the Tottenham star is open to joining the Italian club and is in negotiations with them over a potential transfer.

The report adds the 36-year-old is ‘getting closer’ to Lazio, who are keen to have him in their squad for the new season. Maurizio Sarri’s side are now ‘awaiting the player’s response’.

A move to Lazio will see the stopper play in the Champions League, which isn’t possible at Tottenham this season. There’s no mention of the fee Maurizio Sarri’s side will pay Spurs to sign him.

Journalist Fabrice Hawkins covered this report for RMC Sport and took to Twitter to give an additional update.

Lloris joined Tottenham from Lyon in 2012 and has a deal until 2024. Hawkins says the goalkeeper wants to be released from his contract for ‘services rendered’ to the north London club.

Spurs star Harry Kane is edging closer towards completing a move to Bayern Munich and Lloris could soon follow him out of the club.

Tottenham have signed Guglielmo Vicario and therefore, Lloris’ exit wouldn’t be a big blow for them.