Paris Saint-Germain are preparing a summer move for Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Frenchman joined Tottenham in 2012 and has been a mainstay in the Spurs team since his arrival, saving them the blushes many a time in the league and other competitions.
However, he is believed to be frustrated by Spurs' inability to qualify for the Champions League on a regular basis and would consider a move out of the club should they fail yet again this season.
Tottenham have fended off talk about the 28-year-old having a release clause in his contract which activates itself in the event of Tottenham not making the top four.
Arsenal have previously been linked with the keeper, with Arsene Wenger on the lookout for a new number one to replace Wojciech Szczesny, who has fallen out of favour at the club.
David Ospina is currently marshalling the sticks for the Gunners but the Colombian is not regarded as a long term solution, with Lloris and Petr Cech being earmarked as more suitable replacements for the Pole.
The Gunners, who reportedly made enquiries for the keeper in January, are likely to try yet again this summer, should they fail to prise the Cech from Chelsea. The Czech Republic international has been given the green light to transfer to a club of his choice after 11 years of service to the west London outfit.
The odds are against Tottenham again with the north London club currently seventh in the league, six points behind United in the race for the top four. Their only wins against any team in the top four has come at White Hart Lane against Arsenal and Chelsea, while losing to Liverpool and United in the run-in.
Mauricio Pochettino has done a wonderful job since taking over this season, especially with Harry Kane, who is poised to win the PFA Player of the Year award after a sensational performance in the league.