Wed 08 February 2023 | 12:38

Tottenham's Hugo Lloris ruled out for six to eight weeks with a knee injury

Tottenham goalkeeper and captain Hugo Lloris has been ruled out for two months with a knee injury.

Accoding to the English press,

Hugo Lloris

is set to be out for between six to eight weeks through a knee injury.


goalkeeper suffered ligament damage following a challenge in Sunday's 1-0 win against Manchester City. It has been reported that Lloris does not require an operation on his knee.

Former Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster, who joined Spurs last summer, and has played just four times this season, including one Premier League match, will play instead of Lloris. 

The French keeper will miss both games against Milan in the

Champions League

round of 16. Lloris will also be absent for the Premier League matches against Leicester City, West Ham, Chelsea, Wolves, and Nottingham Forest. He also miss the FA Cup fifth round clash at Sheffield United.

The 36-year-old Lloris recently decided to retire from international football following the World Cup. He has made four errors that have led directly to goals, which is the most in the Premier League this season.

Tottenham is in fifth place in the Premier League with 39 points after 22 matches. They are only one point behind fourth-placed team Newcastle, albeit with one more game played.


source: SportMob

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