Real Madrid curious to sign Lloris

Real Madrid has locked their eyes on Tottenham Hotspur’s Hugo Lloris as the French goalkeeper can be the successor of IkerCasillas or at least that’s what rumors are suggesting.

David de Gea originally was the initial target of Real Madrid but the Spanish shot-stopper is reluctant on leaving Manchester United and now Carlo Ancelotti is searching on the transfer market for a possible player that can join Real Madrid and turn into the undisputed goalkeeper for the Spanish goalkeeper after IkerCasillas decides to retire.

If Real Madrid does manage to sign Hugo Lloris from Tottenham Hotspurs then this will give Brad Friedel and Michel Vorm a chance to get a spot in the first team of Mauricio Pochettino at White Hart Lane.

Michel Vorm and Brad Friedel are mostly just back-up options for Mauricio Pochettino as the undisputed goalkeeper for the Argentine manager is Hugo Lloris but things can change if Real Madrid is indeed interested in signing Lloris and prepared to launch an enticing offer.

A few seasons ago Brad Friedel was the undisputed goalkeeper of Tottenham Hotspur and the experienced even managed on making a run of 310 consecutive Premier League matches with his club but now Hugo Lloris has taken charge in the goalkeeping position in White Hart Lane but Friedel could return to the first team if Lloris is offloaded to Real Madrid and the Spanish club is believed to be preparing an offer in the region of €20 million in order to sign him.

Brad Friedel performed with the MLS side Columbus Crew a few years ago and the American player has voiced his opinion concerning the recent comparisons that are being made between the MLS and the European Leagues.

“Comparing the Premier League (to MLS), on the field and off the field, is unfair right now. MLS is still a baby compared to what the Premier League has to offer, but the MLS is a very good league now. A very solid league, a very stable league, and it’s getting better and better. The notoriety around the world is getting bigger and better.” Brad Friedel said.

Not too long ago, Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger stated that the MLS is a retirement league where older players that are reaching the last few years of their career go and play but the French manager has received backlash as the American League is still very young compared to other top European Leagues and Brad Friedel also believes that they can’t be compared at this stage.