Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris is reportedly set to consider his future at White Hart Lane at the end of the season if Spurs do not qualify for the Champions League.
According to the Guardian, the French goalkeeper, who signed a five-year contract last July, has supposedly made it clear to Daniel Levy that he is keen to play in the elite European competition and it looks likely that Spurs will not be able to offer him the same next season.
Lloris has been hugely impressive for Tottenham since his arrival from Lyon in 2012, but the stopper has been disappointed in the last couple of seasons at the club's failure to compete with the best in Europe.
The French international, who skippers his country, is aware that all his Les Blues teammates play in the Champions League for various other clubs and the former Lyon star is keen to play at a club that can offer him the same.
Paris Saint-Germain have shown interest in the past and they will be keen to have him if an opportunity arises as they are looking to find an upgrade on current goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu.
Real Madrid have also been linked with the stopper, as the reigning European champions look for a long-term replacement for Iker Casillas.
However, Spurs chairman Levy is renowned for being a difficult seller and with Lloris' contract stretching for another four years, the north London club's chief is unlikely to let the goalkeeper leave without a fight.
The report claims that the French goalkeeper will prefer to remain in the Premier League and could be a target for Manchester United, if their current goalkeeper David de Gea is lured to the Santiago Bernabeu.