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Real Madrid will take its search for a new goalkeeper to England when its transfer ban is lifted in the summer.

Tottenham Hotspur captain Hugo Lloris has been added to Zinedine Zidane’s wish list, which also includes Chelsea‘s Thibaut Courtois and former target David De Gea of Manchester United, reports The Telegraph’s Matt Law.

The search revives the side’s shot-stopper hunt of 19 months ago, which culminated with De Gea’s £29.3-million move to the Santiago Bernabeu – with Keylor Navas shifting in the other direction – collapsing due to United’s apparent administrative error.

Related: Real Madrid pins blame on Manchester United for botching David De Gea transfer

Navas somewhat awkwardly continued as Real Madrid’s first-choice goalkeeper after the bodged switch, but he’s never completely won over a support accustomed to having the finest Spanish goalkeepers between the sticks. The latest rumblings would immediately put De Gea back atop the fans’ dream captures, but United is likely to fight to retain his services.

Therefore, Lloris, 30, has emerged as a potential buy. The France international currently takes home around £100,000 a week on a new contract …read more

Source:: the score la liga