The Los Angeles Football Club announced today, Saturday, the signing of 37-year-old French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris. He defended Tottenham for 11 seasons and was devoid of cap space toward the end of the decade. The contract is valid until the end of 2024, with an option to renew in 2025 and 2026.
Goals of the France 4 x 2 Croatia match in the 2018 World Cup final
Captain of France at the last two World Cups, the goalkeeper was the hero in Russia in 2018 and has not played in an official match since April. Lloris was injured in the final stretch of last season, has been training separately and has already been released to search for a new club since July.
Los Angeles, who won the MLS in 2022 and have recently signed names such as Gareth Bale and Chiellini, will be the fourth club in the career of the Frenchman, who was unveiled by Nice and played for Lyon for four seasons before arriving at Tottenham in 2012/13. .
– He is without a doubt the most successful goalkeeper of his generation and a proven winner. We are very excited to have chosen Los Angeles for the next stage of his illustrious career. “He brings unprecedented leadership experience at the highest levels of football,” Los Angeles manager John Thorrington said.
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