Bad news for Tottenham! “GK Lloris out for 6-8 weeks with knee injury”
Reports have emerged that Tottenham’s main striker Hugo Lloris will be out for up to two months due to injury.
Matt Law, who is in charge of the Tottenham club in the ‘Daily Telegraph’, revealed this through his SNS on the 8th.
“Lloris hurt his knee against Manchester City,” Law said, “and will miss six to eight weeks.”
Lloris transferred토토사이트 to Tottenham from Olympique Lyonnais in France in 2012 and has been active as the main goalkeeper for 11 seasons until the 2022/23 season.
He has appeared in 443 official matches for Tottenham, including a total of 357 appearances in the Premier League. He is a veteran of 145 matches in the French national team, which recently announced his retirement.
However, since he is 37 years old this year, he is said to be losing his physical condition and skills little by little. There are also claims that he needs to find a replacement for Lloris.
In this situation, Lloris had a problem with his knee right after the Man City match on the 6th, when he succeeded in rebounding by winning 1-0, and he did not come out on the upcoming Leicester City match on the 12th and the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 1st leg AC Milan expedition on the 15th. There was a report saying it wouldn’t work.
As a result, Tottenham will keep Fraser Foster, a former England national team member who played against Preston in the round of 32 of the FA Cup on the 29th of last month.
Lloris announced his retirement from the French national team last month to focus on Tottenham and is working in the second half of the 2022/23 season, so this unexpected bad news is expected to be a big concern for Tottenham.