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Arsenal and Tottenham target set to remain at current club

22:16 17 July 2012

France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris stands in the pouring rain

France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris stands in the pouring rain

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Transfer news: Hugo Lloris has another week to sort out his future but Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas is 99 per cent sure the stopper with stay

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has revealed that he is very confident that Arsenal and Tottenham target Hugo Lloris will stay with the club.

The president has given the goalkeeper another week to finalise his future but believes it is likely that the 25-year-old will remain at the Stade Gerland.

“I have given Hugo one more week to reach an agreement,” he told OLTV.

“But I think it’s 99 per cent that he will stay with Olympique Lyonnais and I’m happy.”

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