On Friday, Alfredo Pedullà stated Lazio president Claudio Lotito is keen to sign Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

Later that day, TuttoMercatoWeb reported Lazio manager Maurizio Sarri was still against the 36-year-old’s arrival at the club.

L’Equipe now explain that the Tottenham star has ‘said no’ to the Serie A side.

It’s claimed the Italian club had reached an agreement with Spurs but Lloris ‘broke off talks’ with them after he wasn’t guaranteed a regular starting place.

They currently have Ivan Provedel as the first-choice stopper, and are quite happy with that.

Over in Italy, state the Frenchman turned down an opportunity to join the Biancocelesti due to a ‘lack of technical guarantees’.

It’s said the former Chelsea manager, who was expected to hold talks with the Tottenham goalkeeper, never actually called him. This was ‘decisive’ for Lloris to say no to Lazio.

The report adds Lotito tried to fix the relationship with the player by making three calls but it wasn’t helpful. This has seen Lazio look for alternatives in the market.

Journalist Eleonora Trotta covered the report for and she took to Twitter to add that the Spurs player was left ‘too angry’ due to Sarri’s refusal to call him.