Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has been urged by former French coach Raymond Domenech to quit Spurs and play in the Champions League but he should not do was to join Manchester United because they are not a ‘big’ club as per Raymond.
The French goalkeeper is considered one of the world’s best at the moment but with Tottenham Hotspur failing to secure UCL football Raymond thinks it is time to move on for both parties.
Raymond Domenech gave Hugo his debut in against Uruguay in 2008 for France and he has won more than 60 caps for France since and also been made captain.
The Frenchman claims that Manchester United would be a sideways transfer move should the Tottenham Hotspur star decide to join the Red Devils. He believes that Unite can no longer be considered one of the biggest clubs in England or the world.
‘I have no decision to take for him, but in my opinion he has to play in Chelsea, Arsenal, or Manchester City, to play in the European Cup,’ he told the Mail.
‘Tottenham is a big club – it is not the biggest. Manchester United qualified for the Champions League, but I can’t really see the difference with Tottenham.
‘For me, it’s Chelsea, Arsenal, or Manchester City. Because I think Manchester United is no more a big club, in England, for me. I think like that.
‘I think that Arsenal will be every time a big club, Chelsea also – City is becoming a big club – but I think United is with Tottenham, with the other clubs. Not one of the biggest clubs, so there’s no difference.
‘For me he’s a great goalkeeper so he needs to be in the best English club, or French, or Italian, or German.’