Having just celebrated his 37th birthday, Hugo Lloris is embarking on a new adventure away from Europe and must explore the MLS title with Los Angeles FC.
37-year-old Hugo Lloris is preparing to write a new page in his career. According to various media outlets, including Fabrizio Romano, the French goalkeeper, whose contract with the Tottenham club, where he has been playing since 2012, will expire next summer, is in the process of joining the American team Los Angeles FC.
\ud83d\udea8\ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\uddf8 Hugo Lloris to LAFC, here we go! There is a verbal agreement between all parties; This was said to be a permanent deal for Lloris, who left Spurs after 11 years.
Understand that Lloris will sign a one-year deal at LAFC, with options to extend into future years.
Documents will be ready soon. pic.twitter.com/0XFIhR9k4y
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) December 29, 2023
After Nice, Lyon and Tottenham, the former Blues captain will explore his fourth professional club and thus the MLS title, just months after Lionel Messi’s arrival at Inter Miami. There, a one-year contract with an option for several years awaits Hugo Lloris.
The symbol player for Spurs (played 444 matches) and the French team (145 caps), the last goalkeeper appeared in 25 Premier League games last season before disappearing from the radar since the start of the 2023/2024 financial year. Following the acquisition of Guglielmo Vicario from Empoli and the appointment of Ange Postecoglou as manager, Lloris even lost his place on the Spurs scoresheet. The new season in MLS will start on February 22.