- Lloris signed for LAFC last month after ending his 11-year spell at Tottenham
- The world champion negotiated a figure in agreement with president Daniel Levy
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Hugo Lloris earned a golden handshake worth up to £2million when he left Tottenham for the MLS last month.
After joining Tottenham in 2012, goalkeeper Lloris became an iconic Spurs figure, making more than 400 appearances for the north London club.
And Mail Sport has learned that Spurs president Daniel Levy, as well as giving the French legend a free transfer ahead of his move to Los Angeles FC, negotiated a settlement figure with Lloris for the remaining six months of the season. £100,000 per year from the goalkeeper. Two-week contract that was due to expire in June.
Having spent much of his time at Spurs as club captain, Lloris was sidelined following the arrival of Ange Postecoglou last summer and spent the first half of the season on the peripheries of the first team, prompting his decision to leave. go to America.
Lloris has often spoken positively of his relationship with Levy during his 11 years at Spurs, and although his contract was not paid in full, the Tottenham icon is believed to have been extended a “generous” majority of what he was owed. in your agreement. club boss
Hugo Lloris left Tottenham last month and the French legend joined MLS side Los Angeles FC.
The president of Tottenham, Daniel Levy, negotiated a generous figure in agreement with Lloris
Tottenham’s veteran goalkeeper applauded fans in December before leaving for MLS
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Meanwhile, Heung-min Son is scheduled to return to the club’s Enfield headquarters on Thursday following international duty with South Korea in the Asia Cup.
His international squad was knocked out against Jordan on Tuesday and the club captain will now return to domestic duties with a view to being available for the weekend’s clash against Brighton.
Similarly, key midfielder Yves Bissouma was at Spurs’ training ground on Wednesday being assessed following his return from the African Cup of Nations with Mali.
Bissouma tested positive for malaria while at the tournament, but will be allowed to return to action for Spurs.