The OL supremo has revealed that the French goalkeeper will be allowed to leave the club, with reports indicating that Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool are interestedLyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has stated that goalkeeper Hugo Lloris will be allowed to leave the club, but only for a "decent" price.
Reports have suggested that a host of English clubs are interested in securing his services, including Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool, but the OL chief has warned that it will take a substantial offer to tempt them into accepting any bids.
"Lloris can go, but only for a decent price in relation to the market," Aulas told TF1.
The goalkeeper played a large part in France's Euro 2012 campaign, selected as captain by coach Laurent Blanc, who stepped down from his post on Saturday. But it looks increasingly likely that the 25-year-old shot-stopper could move away from the Stade Gerland this summer.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been strongly linked with a swoop for Lloris, while reports in England suggest that Liverpool could also be interested, as well as Spurs.