Lloris can go but only for a decent price, says Lyon president

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 interested
Lyon 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.