Lloris has been linked with a summer move to Manchester United, who are expected to lose David de Gea, leading to speculation that Spurs could target Perin, 22, as a replacement for the France No.1
Perin’s agent Mateo Roggi, however, insists the north Londoners will not consider allowing Lloris to leave White Hart Lane this summer and have made no approach for his client.
“I have a brilliant relationship with Tottenham, especially Franco Baldini,” Roggi told TMW. “But I can tell you that I have not received any bids for Mattia.
“Tottenham are aiming for the Champions League next year, so they have decided not to sell the two stars in the squad, Harry Kane and Lloris, regardless of price.”
Spurs, meanwhile, are close to agreeing a fee with Atletico Madrid for Toby Alderweireld, according to the Daily Telegraph, with the defender hoping to complete a transfer after returning from his honeymoon in Bali.