Tottenham have reached an agreement to sign Joe Hart on a free transfer.
The England goalkeeper is undergoing a Spurs medical today and is set to put pen to paper on a two-year contract.
A Spurs source has told Football Insider that the club are set to follow up the surprise Hart deal by tying Hugo Lloris down to a big-money new contract.
The arrival of two-times Premier League winner will provide cover and competition for long-established number one Lloris and his deputy Paulo Gazzaniga.
But Jose Mourinho and the Spurs hierarchy still have great faith in their club captain and one of their top earners.
They want to offer Lloris, 33, a new long-term contract that will keep him at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium beyond 2022, when his current deal expires.
The World Cup winner has attracted growing criticism from supporters for a series of high-profile errors in recent seasons.
He missed a big chunk of last season with a dislocated elbow sustained after conceding a very soft goal but was re-installed as the number one as soon as he was fully recovered.
Lloris has made 325 appearances for Tottenham since signing from Lyon for £11m in 2012.
Gazzaniga, 28, emerged with credit from his extended spell in goal last season, when he made 25 appearances in total.
Michel Vorm had been the number three in the last few campaigns and Hart appears to be a like-for-like replacement for him.
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