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Chairman: Time running out for Arsenal and Spurs to bid for star man

11:31 12 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: No offers have been received for Lyon star Hugo Lloris, who will remain at the club if nothing has been received by Monday

Lyon chairman Jean-Michel Aulas has insisted that the club have not received any bids for Arsenal and Tottenham target Hugo Lloris.

The 25-year-old France captain has been linked with a move to north London and would be allowed to leave France.

“There is no official offer for Hugo Lloris,” he told L’Equipe.

“If it is not sorted out on Monday, he will stay and everyone will be happy.”

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