Lacombe sees Lloris stay
Bernard Lacombe has revealed that Hugo Lloris is 'less hot' to leave Lyon but things may change if Luka Modric moves to Real Madrid.
Lacombe acts as an adviser to president Jean-Michel Aulas and believes that Lloris should stay at the Stade de Gerland now that the season is underway. The former France international though is fully aware that Spurs could have the cash to spend if Modric finally makes the move to the Spanish capital, and up their bid to meet the club's valuation. "He should stay at Lyon and not join Tottenham," Lacombe told French radio station RMC. "Until the transfer window closes, you never know. If Modric goes to Madrid, things may move forward. "But as he has started the Championship, Hugo is less hot to leave. He wants to continue at Lyon. "We hope so, unless there is a very important proposal for him and for us. Their (Tottenham's) proposal was well below our valuation for our goalkeeper."