By Harvey Byrne

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has emerged as a £35million target for Real Madrid, according to a report.

The Mirror claim that the Spurs star is a target for the Spanish giants and that he will decide on his future once he returns from the European Championships.

The French goalkeeper has a contract at White Hart Lane for the next three years and has established himself as first choice since his £11million move from Lyon in 2012.

The 29-year-old France stopper is also the captain of his club and national team.

It is understood that the north London club will resist any attempt to sell their goalkeeper and will attempt to persuade him to stay.

The goalkeeper has talked to chairman Daniel Levy about a new contract and the talks are expected to continue once Lloris returns from France.

The former Lyon shot-stopper has represented his country in 74 encounters since making his debut in 2008 and he will lead his country against Iceland on Sunday evening with a possible tie against Germany in the semi-final’s awaiting.

Lloris made 46 appearances for Tottenham in all competitions in the recently completed season conceding just 45 goals and keeping 15 clean sheets as he played a vital role in helping Spurs finish in third place.

In other Tottenham news, Nathan Oduwa has been dropped from the Nigeria squad for the Olympics.