Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper and Manchester United target Hugo Lloris has admitted that he intends to return to the Champions League.
The France captain has been linked with a move to Old Trafford as the Red Devils line up potential replacements for Real Madrid-bound David de Gea.
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Lloris has revealed that he is desperate to test himself in Europe’s biggest club competition again, having experienced it with Marseille before moving to White Hart Lane in 2012.
But he indicated that he hopes to achieve his Champions League goal with Spurs.
He told Sky Sports: “Any player needs to play at a high level to improve yourself.
“I think every player wants to play this competition [the Champions League] because it’s a high level and we work for that, we work every day for that and I hope to get there and there’s a chance in my career to play Champions League.
He added: “I am still a Spurs player. I have a contract until 2019 and I have a lot of respect for the gaffer, the club and my teammates, so I don’t want to speak about it.”
Lloris has made over 100 appearances across three seasons at Tottenham and has established himself as one of the top goalkeepers in the world.