Tottenham are set to hand Hugo Lloris and Harry Kane captaincy roles in a bid to end speculation of moves to Manchester United, according to reports.
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Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is set to hand Lloris captaincy, with Kane to be announced as vice-captain, according to The Mirror.
Both Lloris and Kane have been the subject of transfer interest from Manchester United, with the former publically announcing his demand to be playing Champions League football.
With Manchester United set to lose David de Gea to Real Madrid, the Red Devils are expected to chase the French shot-stopper as replacement for the Spaniard.
Kane, on the other hand, says he wants to remain with Tottenham, however United have been linked with a £40m move for the England international.
Younes Kaboul is currently the captain at White Hart Lane, but it appears the defender is not in Pochettino’s plans for next season.