Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has hinted that he could leave the north London club in the summer transfer window.
The 27-year-old was leading his national side in the World Cup as France were knocked out by Germany in the last eight of the tournament. The stopper had earlier put his White Hart Lane future on hold until the completion of the summer event in Brazil.
Lloris said that he will start for the Spurs next season, but suggested that he could leave the north London side this summer.
"Yes, I should be [at Spurs next season]. I don't want to speak about my situation now," Goal.com quoted Lloris as saying.
"I think I will speak soon about that and we will deal with it. I need a few days to recover and after that to relax, have a good rest and come back for next season."
The Spurs finished sixth in the table during the 2013/14 season which has seen them miss out on the Champions League. Earlier this year, Lloris had admitted that it is vital for his employers to qualify for Europe's elite club competition in order for him to continue at White Hart Lane.
"The objective is to reach the Champions League. After that, it's to close the gap on the biggest teams in the league. Without Champions League football? I've not thought about it. I must weigh things up at the end of the season," Lloris explained earlier this year.
According to the French newspaper Le10Sport, Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain and AS Monaco are interested in securing a deal for Lloris. A move to either of the clubs this summer will help the Frenchman to fulfil his Champions League dreams.
The same report also claims that the Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is keen on keeping Lloris at the club. However, if the stopper decides to leave the White Hart Lane outfit, the former Southampton manager will consider Newcastle United's Tim Krul as Lloris' replacement.