The breakup is getting closer.
British media ‘HITC’ reported on the 20th (Korean time), “Liverpool’s legendary defender Jamie Carragher insisted that Tottenham Hotspur find a replacement for Hugo Lloris (35).”
Lloris left France’s Olympique Lyonnais in the summer of 2012 and joined Tottenham. He is a living legend in name and reality who played 440 games in Tottenham alone. He currently wears the captain’s armband and leads Tottenham.
The transfer of a veteran who has played for more than 10 years in one team is emerging. The British media ‘Daily Mail’ pointed out Lloris’ recent sluggishness, saying, “Lloris made an absurd mistake and reminded us that his heyday has passed.” According to the media, Tottenham has already identified a replacement for Lloris. Everton and the England national team’s main goalkeeper Jordan Pickford (28) and David Raya (27, Brentford) have emerged as candidates. 헤라카지노
In fact, Lloris has been making frequent mistakes this season. In the 9th round against Arsenal, it was pointed out as the second reason for conceding. In the 13th round against Newcastle United, a fatal error led to the team losing by 1 point.
The second North London Derby also threw cold water on him. Lloris started in the Premier League match against Arsenal at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on the 16th. He conceded a run in the 14th minute due to absurd judgment. Lloris missed the ball while trying to catch Bukayo Saka (21)’s cross. ‘Daily Mail’ explained, “At the time Lloris conceded, Tottenham’s home stadium fell into silence. It was at the level of deafening for a moment.” Lloris shook his head at the own goal. Tottenham later collapsed 0-2, giving Martin Odegor (24) an additional run from the mid-range gun.
Criticism is intensifying. Liverpool legend Carragher raised his voice to Lloris’ recent slump, saying, “Tottenham must think about replacing their main goalkeeper.” ‘Daily Mail’ added, “The Tottenham board is already looking for a new goalkeeper ahead of next season. We are trying to bring in a player with accurate kicking power.”