The prospect of Hugo Lloris leaving Tottenham Hotspur is reportedly slim – news that will be welcomed by Burnley fans.
Spurs have been frequently linked with a move for Clarets goalkeeper Nick Pope, prompting speculation that Sean Dyche would do well to keep hold of the England international this summer.
However, as per Football.London, Burnley stand a strong chance of retaining the 28-year-old with the North London club unlikely to launch a swoop.
The report claims that there are only two scenarios in which the former Lyon man could leave.
A big-money offer could tempt Spurs into selling, though this is highly unlikely given he has just one year left on his contract.
Lloris would need to kick up a fuss in an attempt to force through an exit, which is also improbable.
In addition, Burnley’s £35million asking price for Pope does not fit Spurs’ transfer policy of buying younger players with potential market value.
Here are the latest transfer headlines surrounding Burnley and their Premier League rivals:
1. PSG working on Aguero deal
Paris Saint-Germain are working on a deal to bring Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero to the French capital after it was announced the 32-year-old will leave the Citizen at the end of the season. (Todo Fichajes - in Spanish) Photo: Gareth Copley
2. Everton open to selling Mina
Everton will consider offers for Yerry Mina in order to raise funds to sign Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly. The Merseyside club believe the Colombian will fetch in just under £20million. (Football Insider) Photo: Clive Brunskill
3. Arsenal join Vlahovic chase
Arsenal are the latest club to show interest in signing Fiorentina forward Dusan Vlahovic, joining the likes of Tottenham, AC Milan, RB Leipzig, Roma and Atletico Madrid in pursuit of the Serbian. (Calcio Mercato) Photo: Francesco Pecoraro
4. Man Utd join Sabitzer race
Manchester United have joined Tottenham and Liverpool in the race for RB Leipzig captain Marcel Sabitzer, who has made it clear to the Bundesliga club that he wants to leave this summer. (Bild via The Sun) Photo: ANNEGRET HILSE