HUGO LLORIS is on the brink of completing a permanent move to MLS side Los Angeles FC.
The Frenchman is set to end his 11-year stay with Tottenham after the club signed off on the transfer.
The 37-year-old is now finally on the verge of sealing a move away from North London, though.
Fabrizio Romano reports that a verbal agreement is now in place between all parties for Lloris to join LAFC.
He will sign a one-year deal with an option to extend, the report adds, with the transfer set to be finalised soon.
LAFC reached the final of the MLS Cup play-offs last season before losing to Columbus Crew.
They were also Supporters’ Shield winners in 2022 as well as lifting their maiden MLS Cup.
Lloris would be an experienced addition to their squad following more than a decade in the Premier League.
The World Cup winner has made 444 appearances for Spurs since signing from Lyon in 2012.
He was also club captain prior to relinquishing the armband to Heung-min Son in the summer.