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ENGLAND/ TOTTENHAM, AVB willing to sign Lloris

07.07.2012 17.30 by Claudio Colla  read 4874
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Tottenham new manager André Villas-Boas, formerly training Porto and Chelsea, is willing to sign French international goalkeeper Hugo Lloris (25), who's likely to leave Olympique Lyon on a full basis after 4 seasons. Spurs are available to pay 13 million euros for his ownership, while Les Gones are asking for 16, but all the sides involved into the negotiation are willing to make it go towards a positive outcome.

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