The Ligue 1 side are willing to allow the France captain, who has been linked with both north London outfits, to leave - but only if their £15.7m valuation is met
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has given Tottenham target Hugo Lloris an extra week to find a new club for himself, but he is now "99 per cent" certain that the goalkeeper will remain at the Stade de Gerland.
As Goal.com earlier revealed, Andre Villas-Boas is particularly keen on the France international, while north London rivals Arsenal are also believed to be interested.
However, no club has yet met Lyon's €20 million [£15.7m] valuation and, while Aulas remains open to letting Lloris leave, he is now supremely confident that the shot-stopper is going nowhere.
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"I have given Hugo one more week to reach an agreement," he told OLTV, the club's official channel. "But I think it's 99 per cent that he will stay with Olympique Lyonnais and I'm happy."
The 25-year-old Lloris, who has been capped 37 times by Les Bleus, joined Lyon from Nice in 2008 for a reported €8.5m [£6.7m].